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Old 09-02-2013, 03:46 PM
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What should oil temp read

06 ford f350 my oil temp reads 222-225 coolant temp reads 190 driving 70-75 should oil temp be that high ? Reading off my livewire


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06 ford f350 my oil temp reads 222-225 coolant temp reads 190 driving 70-75 should oil temp be that high ? Reading off my livewire


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That's too high. Sounds like you've got an oil cooler that's plugged.
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Old 09-02-2013, 03:51 PM
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Can the degas bottle puke cause of a plugged up oil cooler


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Do you still have the stock EGR cooler?
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Well, you possibly have 2 issues. When you have a restricted oil cooler, that restricts flow to the EGR cooler. When that happens, pressure builds in the cooling system which ruptures the EGR cooler. When that happens, you then have a possibility of a head gasket failure. Both of those will cause it to puke coolant from the degas bottle.
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It's been like this for about 3 months if I drive It won't puke but if I get on the pedal it will puke. No loss in power and no white smoke


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At a minimum you have cooler issues.
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Thank you for your help


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