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Old 02-18-2013, 06:59 PM
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Good info....!!!

I'm troubleshooting an oil leak on my 2005 F350 6.0L Turbo-diesel. Two weeks ago, I finally tackled it and decided that probably, it was the front crank seal. So, yes, I took everything apart and it was a pain!!! But finally replaced the seal, and I've been driving the truck ever since. However, I didn't had a chance to vapor/wash everything out prior till today because the leak continued. A couple of hours later I snapped a picture which shows where the leak is and would like to share it with you to have your opinion. By the way, I'm in Central America and our Ford Dealers "lack" experience on these vehicles.....Amazingly but true.!!!! Please PM to info@saybeengineering.com and thanks in advance for your time and knowledge.

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im leaking oil at moter mount drivers side any ideas
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CCV or glow plug harness would be my first guess
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after a long road trip I found a couple tiny oil puddles ontop of my intake manifold, a couple inched to the right of the alternator. any ideas?
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I have a 2003 f 250 with a 6.0 diesel I have replaced the ICP & IPR but it is still leaking when im parked front end up hill or level. The oil leak drips on the driver side onto the exhaust intake. Doesn't seem to be leaking from either of the two sensors I've replaced. Any suggestions? Thanks
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I have a 2003 f 250 with a 6.0 diesel I have replaced the ICP & IPR but it is still leaking when im parked front end up hill or level. The oil leak drips on the driver side onto the exhaust intake. Doesn't seem to be leaking from either of the two sensors I've replaced. Any suggestions? Thanks
Those two sensors leaking will show up on the bell housing under the truck. Oil leaks onto the exhaust manifold would probably be from the valve cover gasket or glow plug harness.
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