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Old 11-28-2010, 01:47 PM
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check the icp on the driver side of engine if it was removed but not replaced it is bound to leak which runs down onto exhaust manifold bolts
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check the icp on the driver side of engine if it was removed but not replaced it is bound to leak which runs down onto exhaust manifold bolts
ICP? what does that stand for please?
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Old 11-29-2010, 04:26 PM
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it is injector control pressure it is a sensor that screws in on the drivers side of the engine you can only see it from underneath truck
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Old 11-29-2010, 04:36 PM
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sorry i meant change the ipr and also the icp ipr is what is probably leaking
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Your ICP sensor is actually on your passanger side valve cover toward the front. You can see it plane as day and isn't anything you should be looking at for an oil leak as you have an '06.

Most oil leaks on the 6.0 will end up at the bell housing. If you are seeing oil leaking from the exhaust manifold bolts you may have a pretty bad leak. I would look at the oil cooler housing seal against the block and your high pressure oil pump cover seal. Also your IPR valve seal possibly. You oil leak is more than liking in the valley of the engine. Was your oil cooler rebuilt during your head gasket job? If the fasteners are overtightened on the aluminum oil cooler housing it can crack and cause a massive leak.

Does it look dry on the valley of the engine just behind the oil cooler than you can see just with a flashlight from the top of the engine? Also check your turbo feed and drain tubes. There is ALOT of leak points for engine oil above the exhaust manifold and most of them will leak oil FAST if they're comprimised.
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