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post #1 of 8 Old 10-19-2013, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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What's is this leaking?

I bought a 95 f350 and it has a leak but I don't know what it is. In about 500 miles it has leaked 3/4 of a quart and seems to mainly leak during starting the truck or after shutting it of. I will attach the pictures I took of the leak.

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Looks like the orings on the oil cooler are shot. Mine's doing the same thing.

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Is that an issue, is it something I can just top off the oil occasionally or is that something that needs immediate repair and how hard is the repair.

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If you don't repair it your going to have to keep buying oil

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Well at least you caught the loose bolts before they cause any damage. Nothing worse than a sloppy hole
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My question is how hard is the repair, it looked hard to get to.

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Its not too hard. You can get to the back three bolts where the filter is really easy. Get to the front two either from under the truck or through the wheel well. The hardest part is wiggling it out. Took me about 15 minutes and I had it out (Not counting the time it took to drain the Oil and Coolant.).

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its not hard too do just messy.

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Its not too hard. You can get to the back three bolts where the filter is really easy. Get to the front two either from under the truck or through the wheel well. The hardest part is wiggling it out. Took me about 15 minutes and I had it out (Not counting the time it took to drain the Oil and Coolant.).

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If you have it I'll take it. My cooler started leaking last year when I plugged in. It's started leaking this week without plugging in. I have the Ford service manual but it's limited. Doesn't look like too big of a deal. But I just got home and have quite an oil stain on my driveway



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