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Old 07-27-2011, 02:25 PM
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Oil leaking out of Dioscuri tube connection @ oil pan.

What is my problem?
Is their some sort of seal gone bad their or do I have a major problem,
Blow bye,some sort of hi press pump gone bad?

Sorry for the new bee question, but I'm a powerstroke new guy.

Richard
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Old 07-27-2011, 02:27 PM
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Leaking out the Dip stick tube connection ,sorry guys.
I got in a hurry.lol

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Old 07-28-2011, 07:34 AM
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There's an o-ring in there. I've seen people Permatex it and have it work. The right way to do it is pull the motor, pull the oil pan, and change the o-ring.
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i have fixed a lot of them with permetex right stuff gasket maker. drain the oil, unscrew the nut, clean it with about a case of brake cleaner, apply gasket maker around the dipstick tube holder and on the threads of the holder block and tighten the nut. use a lot of silicone, no one will see it anyway.
IF YOU REMOVE THE DIPSTICK TUBE DO NOT LET THE HOLDER BLOCK FALL INTO THE PAN. USE VISE GRIPS ON IT OR LEAVE THE DIPSTICK TUBE ATTACHED. IF IT FALLS IN THE PAN YOU ARE THOROUGHLY SCREWED. -GOOD LUCK its really pretty easy, make sure you clean away all the oil and use your head
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