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Old 01-18-2014, 03:41 PM
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oil n water mixed? need help

anybody know what causes this, and the solution...2004 6.0...10/03 build
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Old 01-18-2014, 07:15 PM
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Does your engine oil look normal? As far as why you have oil there would be because of the engine's closed crankcase vent that allows a small amount of oil into the intake but the reason that the oil and water are mixed I would guess condensation
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X2 on what your oil looks like. Also remove the air valve while you're in there. 2 T15 screws hold it on.
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Does your engine oil look normal? As far as why you have oil there would be because of the engine's closed crankcase vent that allows a small amount of oil into the intake but the reason that the oil and water are mixed I would guess condensation
Engine oil is normal...if the vent you are talking about is the oil breather, then that can't be it, the oil ventilation on mine is between the MAF and the turbo on the air intake. Unless there is another hose from the crankcase going to that pipe, idk. That pipe looks like its coming from intercooler
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Air flow is from the drivers side to the passenger side of the CAC [Charge air cooler]
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I am getting a p0407 and p0488 code, I changed the egr valve and codes remain. Also the exhaust smells funny, almost like its burning rich or something, maybe...idk
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