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Old 10-10-2012, 12:57 PM
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Oil in anti freeze

05 f250,210000 miles, just did egr delete, one injector, and oil cooler. Truck ran great after repairs made it 4000 miles now 1 gal low on oil and puking oil out overflow jug?
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Old 10-10-2012, 01:18 PM
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Ouch when ya did yer repairs from the other oil cooler did ya flush the coolant system, I hope it isn't another oil cooler. What is your delta and eot ect.
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Old 10-10-2012, 04:34 PM
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Yes everything was flushed took cooler out flushed it and pressure tested still holding at 60 psi temps where all fine


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Are you sure it's oil in the coolant and not fuel, maybe the oil issue is separate? Does is smell like diesel in the coolant bottle? I cracked the heads on my 05 at 180,000 and had fuel in my coolant as a symptom.


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Looked like sludge didn't smell like fuel.


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Yes everything was flushed took cooler out flushed it and pressure tested still holding at 60 psi temps where all fine


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Did you replace the oil cooler or just flush it out and put it back in?

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Old 10-11-2012, 11:16 AM
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I guess I need to refraze my question. Did you change your oil cooler because it ruptuered and got oil in the coolant before and maybe didn't get it all flushed out.
Or is this oil is from a fresh source.

There are only a few places where low pressure oil and coolant and come together. 1. The cooler itself either ruptured or a oil ring is damaged allowing the 2 to mix. 2. The front cover has a couple of places where they can get together by way of oring failure or cracked cover.
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Was it a doorman oil cooler?

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First time replaced with stock ford cooler it didn't fail replaced bc I did egr delete and injector with high miles and yes I flushed the cooling system the first time. Where is the oil ring for low pressure r you referring to under the cover?


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Old 10-11-2012, 05:08 PM
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there is 4 count them 4 o rings in the oil cooler if either of the small outer o rings was pinched or torn oil WILL GET INTO OIL. I know changed my oil cooler and didnt see that one of the small black o rings had fallen off and I had 8 quarts go into cooling system. Took me FOREVER to get all the oil out of the coolant, and I still have some sludge pop up from time to time.
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