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oil leaking from the pedastel

I have oil leaking from the pedastel from around the shaft. Dos this mean that the pedastel is junk? It only leaks when the ebpv is opening and closeing. The truck is a 99 f250 cc lb with 205000 in it
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yeah, you have a seal inside the EBPV thats leaking, you ca gut it , rebuild it or buy a new pedistal and replace yours with it. if you do any of the above, you'll wanna replace o rings on the bottom and top of the pedistal.

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That's what was doing. I replaced the o ring on sat. And when I dot it all back together I saw the oil on the shaft. Cool now the I know what wrong it looks like iam guting the pedistal then. Thanks for the reply
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I am waiting on my orings and i have to do it this week too

2000 f250
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Pulling the turbo isn't to bad its the claps getting them back on that is a pain
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