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Old 08-19-2009, 02:41 AM
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oil

is it normal to go threw like 1/2 a quart of it in about 3000 miles?
and my injector orings are bad could this add to the burning?
no oil in the exhust.

but i do have a leaking front crankshaft but a little leak
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Old 08-19-2009, 07:52 AM
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on a gas engine car it is normal to go through 1 quart every 2,000 miles even band new off the lot. a diesel not sure but I would asume the same
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i would say its normal to use a tad bit, but that seems a little higon useage
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well i just reread your thread if you have a leak, than yes it would be normal cause you are losing the oil
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well i just reread your thread if you have a leak, than yes it would be normal cause you are losing the oil
Justin you should read more! O I forgot your going to SAM so its not a requirement!

Yes a quart is normal if you have a oil leak!
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Old 08-19-2009, 01:26 PM
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its not a big leak doesnt drip of the pan just mad it wet and one little drop like a week.

But in the factory book ford gives you on the powerstroke says it usall for the motor to use some oil, between changes. It says to check it everytime you refill your tanks???
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Justin you should read more! O I forgot your going to SAM so its not a requirement!

Yes a quart is normal if you have a oil leak!
all i see is blah blah blah..
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its not a big leak doesnt drip of the pan just mad it wet and one little drop like a week.

But in the factory book ford gives you on the powerstroke says it usall for the motor to use some oil, between changes. It says to check it everytime you refill your tanks???
My 2000 I had used a quart every 6k and my 97 4wd I had used a pint every 6k.
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