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I have a late 04 my oil cooler give out and sucked oil the oil into the coolant when the happened it went into limp mode and my wife drove it home. so I put a new oil cooler egr delete hpop lpop and front cover on it because something went though the lpop. now its running good again until it warms up and then oil needle drops to zero so I replaced the switch and nothing. I put a manual gauge on and it has 6 psi at idle. I am thinking its the bearing clearance has anyone had this problem thanks for any advice ps it has new t6 oil and filter before I fired it up
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post #2 of 3 Old 01-01-2014, 02:49 PM
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Very unlikely it's a crankshaft or brg issue. Most likely a leak in the HPO system somewhere.
You can do a air test through the ICP and listen for air leaks.

One thing I would take a look ya first would be the IPR. if you left any debris in the engine from doing the work it will hit the IPR and raise all kinds of issues.
Pull it out and inspect screen for damage and debris. Shop rag lint is a very common problem from wiping down things during the work. If it damaged it enough you can be loosing enough oil go drop even lpop oil.

Another basic question: is the OEM filter cap and Motorcraft filter in it ?
Monitor like ScanGaugeII is priceless about now.


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yes oem cap and motorcraft filter its the 2nd ipr valve in it I have been though the high pressure oil system like 3 times new stand pipes and dummie plugs all the vitals are good on it. I have the scan gauge and auto int for checking the vitals
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