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Old 04-26-2010, 12:09 PM
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Tryin to figure out whats wrong

Is there anybody on here near Murray that knows where i can find a good powerstroke mechanic expecially with the 94-97 7.3?

I got an oil leak on top of the motor and not real sure where it's comin from. my only guess is from the seals on the hpop. I don't have the time to work on the truck myself or I would look into it more.

I'm a student at Murray State University so money is tight. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Just saw this in the Ky chapter. As far as the oil leak goes, if it's not the oil lines, then it's likely the HPOP seals like you said, or it could be the turbo pedistal. Unfortunately I don't know anybody close to you. You go to school at Murray State, but do you live there?
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