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I got the truck into my shop (thanks goodness for a warm, well lighted space) and tore into it. It took a couple of days just to drain the gook from my engine, and get the one special bolt out from the top front. Once I had the thing out I realized this is what's been leaking for the past 12 years (the truck has leaked almost since day one).
I'm now in the process of cleaning everything up, the guys on the other forum said not to try and clean the inside of the oil cooler but I'm betting they don't have an industrial ultrasonic cleaner in their shop. I build race motors for karts so I can't stand the idea of putting anything dirty back onto any engine.
Anyway, as soon as I get it cleaned up and assembled I'll put it back on, fill it up, and see how it runs....
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