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04 6.0 leakin oil

I have an 04 6.0 and its leakin oil pretty good off the driver side, but all the gauges read perfect and the truck runs perfect. Hasn't missed a beat, runs absolutely perfect. Haven't had the chance to crawl under it cause its been poorin rain. Any ideas?

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Check your cac tube where it goes from the valve cover to air intake elbow or it might be your glow plug o-rings.

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Check your ICP sensor and pigtail connector. These sensors commonly fail and leak oil.

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It was a oil sending unit. Thanks for the quick reply

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