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post #1 of 13 Old 01-28-2013, 04:19 PM Thread Starter
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6.0 getting fuel in the oil.

Does anyone know what might be the problem with my brothers 2003 6.0,, it seems to be getting diesel in the oil? He had it hooked up to a code reader and it said it was the injector control pressure sensor curcuit? Any idea's or anyone have this problem? Thanks

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how do you know he's getting fuel in the oil?
the icp code is likely the sensor leaking/damaged pigtail.

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We changed the oil and there was a couple quarts over what should have been in there, then we filled it took it out for a little drive came back and the oil level was already higher. My best guess is that it is oil, not really sure though?

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What does the oil smell/look like?



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If it is making oil that fast than you have probably a couple of stuck open injectors.

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Black really fast, but can't really smell diesel in it.

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We're getting ready to do a EGR delete kit on it so will probably just see if we can't find out anything while we have it torn apart. One good thing is one of our buddies is a Ford 6.0 mechanic that works at our mine out here now so he should be a big help. I haven't talked to him about this yet, we work weird shifts.

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Re: 6.0 getting fuel in the oil.

Did you remove the oil filter prior to draining the pan?

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