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oil leak coming from rear of motor

well i went for a short drive to run turn to my drive with two oil spots. I went to look under and it had oil coming down from was seems both sides of where the transmission and motor join. This is my first diesel truck so im kinda new to it. Anyone have any possible thoughts?
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The truck is a 2003 with 128000 on it and is stock. Ive done some research and from others are saying its possible that its the icp. earlier in the week i had the code 2285 come on for the icp. it is only leaking when it runs and lately its been starting pretty rough til it warms up. again if anyone has words of wisdom please. juyst hoping it is anything to serious.
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Sounds like your icp sensor might be leaking. On 03s they were located on the rear of the engine on the hpop cover. If so replace the sensor and pigtail.

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Re: oil leak coming from rear of motor

Replace icp sensor and pig tail as soon as possible. I got the sensor and pig tail to my door for $164 from tousley. Was the second icp to fail on my 03 in 80k miles.

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