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Old 01-09-2010, 03:31 PM
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Probably would have been better to start another thread because your problem has nothing to do with the HPOP.

Your oil cooler o-rings are going out.

First signs are when it get cold, they shrink up and allow a little oil to leak out. When the engine gets warm, they expand and seal up. Don't wait too long to fix it because if the inner water seals let go you will have a crankcase full of coolant. Big Mess.

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Sorry about the thread thing. Never done this type of stuff before (blogging?)
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Not chewing, just giving a little pointer.

BTW, welcome to FTE! You will find a lot of helpful people here.
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is high pressure oil pump located under fuel filter /water seperator on 2001 7.3 diesel
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Oil Leak ?

Hi, I just registered and thinking of joining this site. Really good information from everybody. Anyways, I have a 2003 7.3 that is leaking wierdly. If I park facing the frontend downhill, even slightly, it leaks from what looks like the torque converter cover. A little less leaking when parked flat or uphill. I've cleaned pretty much everything and see oil spray? from the bottom of the bell housing area upward to about halfway up. I cant seem to find the source, and I dont have the money to take it to the dealer. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thank You Folks in advance. Shakes.
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Hi, I just registered and thinking of joining this site. Really good information from everybody. Anyways, I have a 2003 7.3 that is leaking wierdly. If I park facing the frontend downhill, even slightly, it leaks from what looks like the torque converter cover. A little less leaking when parked flat or uphill. I've cleaned pretty much everything and see oil spray? from the bottom of the bell housing area upward to about halfway up. I cant seem to find the source, and I dont have the money to take it to the dealer. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thank You Folks in advance. Shakes.
Chances are the way you park the truck is just allowing the areas where the oil is accumulating from the leak to drain.
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i think i have the same prob but my oil is running down the back of the block
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did you replace the high pressure oil line or is there some sort of o ring in that thing?
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A common source of oil leaks on the 7.3 is the turbo pedestal. You might need a good light and maybe a mirror, try to look around the back of the engine. Is there oil in the valley on top of the engine? Also check the back of the heads. Do a search as well, lots of info on the oil leaks. All 3 of my diesels have small leaks, as long as they are small and dont get worse I dont worry about them (especially if it requires pulling the engine or dropping the transmission to fix it!).
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my 02 7.3 is leaking bad

Hey guys i am gettin ready to tear into my motor for a oil leak witch it has the puddle under the fuel bowl and one under the turbo also.. does anyone have pics or can tell me exactly what could be leaking so i dont go and take somethin i shouldnt apart ...lol im new to the workin on this motor im used to workin on semis and this is a different animal to me...
any advise is greatly appreciated im new to the site.... thanks a lot, Roy
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This is an old thread, you would be better off starting a new one. just trying to help.
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I can tell you that I had these symptoms and found two problems. The first problem was the o-rings on the fuel heater bowl needed to be replaced. If you are certain it is oil and not fuel then it is more than likely the o-rings on the high pressure oil pump lines goint to the injector rails. You can buy the HPOP line o-rings at ford for about $35 and it only takes about 20 minutes to change them if you have the special tool to remove the quick disconnects. There is a really good write-up in one of the forums on how to do both.
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thanks a lot that gives me somethin to work off of to start with... ill let ya kno how it goes
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Thanks I will check that out.
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so my 02 has a horrrible leak with the oil all over the intake and i took it apart i noticed that the oil pressure sending unit is leaking thru the top but i dont believe its causing my horrible oil leak.? the turbo looks like it has had oil slung around it from the bottom up and all the hpop lines are dry so what do i gotta do does the turbo gotta come off?? how do i fix this problem? also behind the fuel bowl looking down there is a snapring on a plug seems to have oil on it too mabe its a leak ? do they leak? idk? hope u all can help me out.. thanks
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