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IPR 4 ICP leaking oil

hey guys stupid question I replace my HP OP and my IP are an ICP drove it around drove around for about a week and also didn't I started getting drops of oil now when I start it now oil pours out of it from one of the sensors I was wondering if I should put teflon tape around the threads of the ICP an IPR valve

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no. just check the orings on the ipc and the ipr. Make sure the sensor isnt busted.

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Both are brand new o'rings are in good shape the covers in good shape I'm at a loss


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Then there has to be something else going on. Regardless, I wouldn't put any teflon tape on your IPR and IPC threads.

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Replace the O-rings. Don't reuse them. There may be a small nic in it that you can't see, but 3000psi will surely find it.

BTW, get viton not buna.

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Yeah I just went down and got all new o'rings and washers everything for the truck so tomorrow more for tomorrow down to the o-rings for the HPOP


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