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06 - F350- 6.0L - What's this that's leaking oil. view pictures....

Can you please look at these photos and tell me what part this might be?

I would really appreciate it

http://www.mmsems.org/F350.htm

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if its that black tube its not oil its coolant but im not to sure from your pic if thats what you pointing to??
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Looks like you're pointing pretty close to the water pump if so prob coolant

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Would the coolant be dark; it looks just like oil; stains the concrete and everything. It's where that black tube connects into the front of the block.
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You must be talking about a High Press Oil Line not a tube right what is it about a 1/2 to 3/4 inch line and if it is dark and stains the concrete it definately oil

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Could be an ICP? sensor. Not to sure though.
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I belive it is a high pressure oil line; is there where the high pressure oil pump is?
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the coolant will be gold coolant the viscocity should definately not be as thick as oil if its coolant. there are no high pressure oil lines on the 6.0L anywhere near there. and the icp sensor is on the right valve cover. it could be the oil cooler or front cover its hard to say without seeing in person.
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That is NOT a high pressure oil line, they are ALL under the valve covers. That is a coolant line to heater core. has an 8mm bolt and o-ring.
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