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Engine Pissed oil

Yesterday i was backing my goose neck up hill in my back yard and the truck would not move until the turbo spooled, the turbo took an incredibly long time to spool up so i sat there floored until it spooled. I had to do this a couple times to readjust the trailer and i started smelling burning, so i got out and oil was flowing out of the dust pan on the transmission like a levee break. when i looked there was some oil around the housing of the transmission and engine but i could not find a source for that much oil. I added 2 quarts of oil back into the engine and it was topped of then i started and looked for the oil leak and no oil came out at all. i drove it around the block a few times and still no oil from anywhere. does anyone have any ideas on what could of happened? im afraid to drive the truck until i can figure out what the real problem is.

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Im putting die in the oil to see where it might of come from but does anyone have any ideas what could of happened? thanks

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When you were flooring it waiting for the turbo to spool what was the engine doing. Was it revving or missing or anything.

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No it was actually at a very low rpm and wouldnt go higher. It smoked quite a bit but ran fine.

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Maybe its just a magician...

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Is there any oil in the valley of the engine?

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probally your main seal gettin in a bind... idk

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i had the same thing happen to me but it was tranny fluid. it came out of the torque converter inspection plate, i also had the same magician on my tranny. i was real nervous at first but it has been over three months now and now problem. Are you sure it was not tranny fluid???
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