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post #1 of 5 Old 03-01-2011, 06:42 PM Thread Starter
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6.0L needs help

I originally posted about fuel in the oil and another member replied with injector cups. What are injector cups? Or a cracked head. How do I tell if it's a cracked head or injector cups? Any help is appreciated. Thanx, Chris
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You'd probably have to pull the cab to find a cracked head.

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pull all 8 injectors, pressurize the cooling system, and spray soapy water onto the cups and check for bubbles. in my experience 8 out of 10 times the head is cracked and needs replacement. the cup is what the injector fits into in the head and the injector orings seal to.
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If memory serves a cracked head is the only way a fuel in the oil scenario can arise in the 6.0

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Keep me honest here......we're talking about fuel in the oil. Not fuel in the coolant?
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