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post #1 of 5 Old 09-12-2009, 08:53 AM Thread Starter
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Exclamation help! psd oil leak

i have a 95 psd ext cab 5spd dually 2wd. 225k runs like a dream. i have an oil leak coming out of my trans dust cover. i know about the hpop but i dont seem to have oil in my valley... my oil filter is tight and i just put in a rear main and rear cover seal because thats what i thought it was, so i put them in and cleaned it all up, started and waited for 5 mins no leak, drove 45 mins away and back and its gushing again i have no clue but i gotta get this truck back on the road.
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post #2 of 5 Old 09-15-2009, 08:54 AM
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dunno, but here is a bump for ya.

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Id say you need to get a mirror, and look down behind the motor. Might be an oil line to the turbo?

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did you check at the rear of the valley, could be an o-ring on the oil rail that went bad...
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could be a turbo pedistal O ring or else the exhaust back pressure valve actuator is leaking. my guess is the ebpv is probably the culprit.

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