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Old 05-31-2012, 09:31 AM
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Yeah, dont use crappy o-rings.

This is the same leak I had for 2 years and Never knew where it was coming from till I pulled my pump and found one of the fittings loose.
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The OBS doesn't have the quick connect line like the SD so you don't need the tool
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I also had a oil leak some time ago from the o-ring in one of the HPOP fittings https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/1...vice-asap.html

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Old 05-31-2012, 12:59 PM
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Thanks for all the info guys. I got in touch with Joey at Terminator as well and got the same answers. New -6 o-ring should fix it.
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Having the right o-ring for the index and crush is important.

Mine was just loose in general, but had the wrong o-ring from the P/O.

No leaks now. =)
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Make sure the fitting is clean and dry, and a dab of loctite on the threads. Ford sends 680 with their kit, as does Guzzle.
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Ordered the kit from Riffraff, comes with all 7 o-rings for the HPOP and the loctite for it, all for under $13
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I got a kit from Bob when I ordered a dipstick repair kit. Its in my tool box for 'just in case'.

IIRC Jose, you were on a trip when it happened to you.
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I still plan to get a T500 and new lines as soon as I can sell my 2wd trans...

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I got a kit from Bob when I ordered a dipstick repair kit. Its in my tool box for 'just in case'.

IIRC Jose, you were on a trip when it happened to you.
Yes sir, was almost a nightmare, but with the help of the people in this forum I figured out with happy end.

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Here is the culprit and the new one. and when I changed, in the second pic is as my face looked ( ) LOL.

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Haha, nice Jose!
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Dang. That o-ring was in bad shape!!! lol
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I think Jose showed us his O-face....

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