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early 03 250 xlt cc lwb 4x4 stock 6.0
i have a leak that is on the rear passenger side that falls from a tab on block at the bottom of the cylinder head at the stacked metal gasket next to the engine heater above the starter. the sides of both exhaust manifolds are dry and clean. november just had egr cooler replaced, last week icp sensor and lower turbo drain tube o rings replaced. the aluminum rear cover is clean as a whistle. i would guess that if it were the upper oil pump or the ipr the techs would have seen it when the icp was replaced. any other upper common leaks. not real bad but i don't like the oil in the drive way of the homes i have to visit
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early 03 250 xlt cc lwb 4x4 stock 6.0
i have a leak that is on the rear passenger side that falls from a tab on block at the bottom of the cylinder head at the stacked metal gasket next to the engine heater above the starter. the sides of both exhaust manifolds are dry and clean. november just had egr cooler replaced, last week icp sensor and lower turbo drain tube o rings replaced. the aluminum rear cover is clean as a whistle. i would guess that if it were the upper oil pump or the ipr the techs would have seen it when the icp was replaced. any other upper common leaks. not real bad but i don't like the oil in the drive way of the homes i have to visit
Leaky head gasket maybe. id need to see it but thats my guess. ford hasnt had a problem with this actual engine, its the head bolt design. it wont contain the combustion pressures and will stretch the bolt from the head lifting off of the block. so could be a slight leak there. or from the rear of that side valve cover gasket. this is an uncommon leak. better to have it diagnosed by a tech then wonder what it could be. hope this helps
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Wyatt just wanted you to know another has found your post very useful, new to PSD world and wtin '04 X just got crank seal, cam sensor, idc?, and another EGR replaced all under PSD warranty. Bought X May 09 with 77K and put another 2100 miles on it in 2 weeks, all highway driving averaging about 72-78mph X had sat on lot since Nov is normal?
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C. CAC Tube Adaptors (Charged Air Cooler)- these are all the blue tubes going to your turbo and the air cooler and the intake manifold. there is a total of four of them. One is an elbow going to your turbo, the second one is the one that goes to your intake manifold from the tube that comes from the drivers side. third is the one between the air cooler and the drivers side CAC Tube, located down a bit from your air box. and the fourth one is on the exact opposite side from the third, follow the tube from your turbo and you will find it. the way you check these is you put a glove on and run your hand uder them and look at your hand. if there is oil on your had then its time for new CAC Tube Adaptors.
This isn't really an oil leak, it's a byproduct of the CCV system on these motors. A CCV reroute will help prevent any future "leaking oil" from these boots. New boots are not required if you clean the orginial boots and the areas they attach to with a good degreaser. IF you begin having boots blow off under pressure, replacing them is an option but the surface areas need to be clean of the oil to ensure a proper seal.
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This isn't really an oil leak, it's a byproduct of the CCV system on these motors. A CCV reroute will help prevent any future "leaking oil" from these boots. New boots are not required if you clean the orginial boots and the areas they attach to with a good degreaser. IF you begin having boots blow off under pressure, replacing them is an option but the surface areas need to be clean of the oil to ensure a proper seal.
sure you could do that. its just the orange stuff inside the CAC tube adaptors acts like a sealent. usally when they leak that means that the seal is failing enough for oil to leak through. not enough to loose pressure because the area that is leaking is pushing oil not air so you dont lose pressure. but if they get bad enoght yes, they can blow off. you may get a feel good seal if you clean it but the orange sealent on the inside is still the old leaking sealent. now is just has to form fit to a different rotated position if this is done. thus making the seal a little tempermental. sometimes it seals better sometimes it doesnt. i dont usually replace them unless they are leaking because if you in the middle of a tear down whats the point if they arent? the orange sealent inside is still doing its job and hasnt deteriorated yet.

thats good thinking tho. people could do that if they felt like it.
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Your post said this was an oil leak, 95% of your discussion is correct. For the IC boots their function is to attach the boots tubes to the IC. There is no "oil seal" to fail on the inside of the CAC boots. The reason for the appearance of oil is directly related to the CCV system.

To just go replace the boots WILL NOT prevent the oil from coming back. The CCV reroute and a good cleaning of all the areas and componements is the ONLY way to ensure that oil will not appear again.
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Your post said this was an oil leak, 95% of your discussion is correct. For the IC boots their function is to attach the boots tubes to the IC. There is no "oil seal" to fail on the inside of the CAC boots. The reason for the appearance of oil is directly related to the CCV system.

To just go replace the boots WILL NOT prevent the oil from coming back. The CCV reroute and a good cleaning of all the areas and componements is the ONLY way to ensure that oil will not appear again.
absolutly that will prevent it from happening. And at this point you can believe what you want about whatever you want its your truck. i dont even have one i just work on them all day everyday. im not trying to be smart im just saying its your truck do what you want. thats what makes these trucks fun. upgrades, mods, ect. some good for the trucks some bad. anyways yeah that will work too.
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