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nice truck i have a promblem with my f250
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Okay, let me move these posts to the 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel forum for you.

Mission accomplished.

Welcome to FTE. I've moved your posts out of the prior thread and into their own thread in the 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel forum for you. These folks can help you out with your issue.
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Thats Odd the normal senerio would be oil in the coolant bottle from a Breach in the Oil Cooler

But what you describe is backwards of normal Almost makes me think a cracked Head

Is there any Oil In the Coolant bottle???
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