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Old 02-25-2010, 06:27 PM
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i have a 99 f350 that is driving me nuts i can go 2 to 3 days no oil conumption then in 70 miles i can go through 2 qts turbo is dry in side and look new no oil in fuel filter none in coolant i have had o rings on the injectors changed slowed it down but did not stop it no smoke no leaks when it warms up you can smell burnt oil out the exaust run great no miss not sure what is going on with it i am pulling my hair out with this one
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Old 02-26-2010, 06:09 AM
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You say you can smell oil in the exhaust when it warms up? That could be a worn/cracked ring or valve guide seals. Have you ever performed a compression test?

If it runs great - I'm not sure I would mess with it as long as you can stay on top of the oil levels.
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Old 02-26-2010, 06:11 AM
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Run the compression test. But keep in mind, if you put it under a load it will probly get worse...... Took me 8 gallons to tow 1 horse some 4 hrs. LOL
that was last trip for the Dually..... Tradin was cheaper than fixin!
Not that I would fill it up with oil and trade it on a used PSD....... I mean since the dealers are always honest!!
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