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Old 01-03-2009, 01:07 PM
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truck is losing oil from turbo...again

i just replaced the pedistel o-rings on my turbo about two weeks ago now and the truck is leaking again there is a valve in the center of the turbo and have no idea what that is called but it looks to be leakin from there? it is losing oil super fast i mean within 2 minutes of idling there was a puddle bigger then my foot on the ground
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Old 01-04-2009, 11:27 AM
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you sure its not the ebpv barrel on the pedestal? Ive seen oil pour out of where the rod exits the ebpv barrel on the pedestal
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might be that it has two wires going into it
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yep, the "barrel" the oil sits in to actuate the rod that moves flapper in the ebpv housing is on the passenget side, ford makes a rebuild kit, seein that your in WI I would do that instead of modding the pedestal, if you have WI guys you can talk to about wether or not to mod the pedestal Id ask around, I dont know if I would just because it gets so cold there.
The guts that operate the back pressure valve inside there are very simple to R and R, theres a snapring on the back side, you undo it, swap the guts out and put it back together, I think it was about 80bucks from ford, dont remember for sure.
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well this valve goes on the side of the pedistal where the snap ring is for the EBPV is. goes up towards the turbo when i took the turbo off it just fell out oil is running up past that but i dont knot what that valve is called and why the oil would be pushing it up like that
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