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Old 05-07-2011, 07:46 PM
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1987 F-350 6.9 (HELP)

Is the oil cooler next to the oil filter. If it is I have water coming out of the plug by the oil filter. I was going to install a manual oil gauge at that location. When I started taking the plug out, water started dripping. I didn't take it all the way out.
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I change out this sensor plug on the 89 I had a while back. Normally you need to drain your oil or oil pours out of this plug. I would pull the dipstick and check to make sure it isn,t white creamy. Hopefully you do have a outside source for your water and its not coming out of the oil.
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The oil is not milky. I have heard if you let truck set for a long time condensaion will build up. I am new to the 6.9. I bought the truck about 2months ago and it had been setting for a long time. Thanks for your reply.
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Like you said I've heard condensation can build up in a motor which sets up a long.
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