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Help Still pouring oil out

Ok so about 4 weeks ago i replaced my HPOP ICP IPR ran great then al of the sudden it started leaking oil first a couple of drops then gushing oil out from the back of the top of the motor. I cant see to tell where its was coming from so i decided F*** it
i went got all new o-rings turbo install kit HPOP Cover O-ring
Tore it apart again took my time even replaced the RTV where it was needed
put it all back together and start the Damn thing at it is gushing oil still.

Im wondering if either the new IPR valve or the ICP sensor could be bad and it is leaking out of there? the o-rings looked good on them

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I had a similar leak when my ICP sensor went bad. I think your 03 and my early build 04 are the only ones that had the sensor in the back. You can unplug the connector and see if there's any oil in there. Mine was pushing oil back into the wiring so had to replace the pigtail as well. If you just put a new sensor in I wouldn't think it would be bad but who knows???
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My previous truck did this after some similar work. Turned out to be the oil pressure switch. The oil ran down the length of the valley and dripped from the back of the engine.

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