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post #1 of 26 Old 05-06-2009, 06:29 AM Thread Starter
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water in oil?

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i dont have a powerstroke yet, but am looking at one. i ran an oaisis on it and nothing but recalls and two engine run rough. the one im concerned with is the water in oil. in gasers it is usually a HG, would that be the same on a diesel? i would feel better if it was about this thing, cause it would mean that chances are it was restudded. new to diesels, so maybe one of you peeps could enlighten me.
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EDIT: oil getting in water. that seems backwards to me. whatever it was it was 10.9 hours labor.

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It certainly sounds like a HG too me.

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on the oasis it would say if they changed the hg or not i prolly was an egr cooler pop, how long ago did it have water in the oil.....

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well the report did have an hour labor charge of 10.9 hours...sounds like a big deal.
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how long ago was it and how many miles

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i cant find the milage on it(report) but it was the last claim on the truck. the truck has 150k miles on it now...so maybe 50k miles ago?
the truck is an 2004.
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water in the oil on a 6.0 is all but mehanically impossible , i can see it the other way around , oil in water and it would mean oil cooler went out , that makes alot more since , head gaskets on a 6.0 do not put water in coolant

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scuffy,
i edited the info above, i read the report wrong. it is oil in water. 10 hours to fix, holy cow. that thing must be deep inside.
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i edited the info above, i read the report wrong. it is oil in water. 10 hours to fix, holy cow. that thing must be deep inside.
it is and 10.0 is normal rate

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so how long you think an engine will last with 150k if it hasnt been restudded. it is stock but has pulled a trailer for the last 30k miles.
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