When i replaced my intake manifold gaskets the first time, i noticed knockouts for EGR on the gaskets, but didnt cut them out. Thought this was a bad move, and was causing my EGR to not function. Changed the gaskets again tonight because it was leaking oil like crazy out the back seal (or lack of) there are no holes for EGR in the heads, only in the intake, so basically the holes there lead nowhere, right into the gasket, or onto the side of the head...now maybe i'm just crazy but that doesn't seem right. Are all TBI's like that or has someone swapped out my heads or intake? Im pretty sure both are stock, i guess the heads could be non-egr though. Anyone know? Also, started truck, lots of white smoke, which is understandable with the amount of coolant that poured into the heads when removed intake. It has cleared up for the most part, but still has sweet smelling exhaust and a small amount of white smoke. Can an intake leak water into the heads like that? The coolant level is too hard to tell right now, and it doesnt take too much i guess to cause smoke. I let it idle for about 20 minutes to try and get it to clear up, but still a little smoke. I also see i have an exhaust leak about everywhere possible. Turned it off, wasnt liking the sounds coming from the engine, but i could be timing i guess, dont have a timing light anymore - thanks LKJR - any ideas, or is that likely or possible?