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post #1 of 8 Old 12-08-2010, 03:48 PM Thread Starter
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have oil in valley pan im lost

ok did the pump o-rings and thought that that was it, they needed it. now there is still oil in valley pan and im not sure where to look now. was told to check pedstal on turbo any info would be great
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could be that or the "non-serviceable plug." thats what i'm tryin to fix on mine too.

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if it is coming from the frount and draining to the back. i would say the O ring just left of the conector on the HPOP there is a plug it took me 3 times to get mine to seal. it takes a hi presher O ring not the other ones you can get. or if it is by your turbo you have 2 o rings ther to but you should be able to see where it is coming from so you know what to fix. clean it good and look for the oil.
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mine was leaking from the epbv valve under the turbo
get o good light and a mirror

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well both o-rings blew again on pump so just replaced them again still not sure if this is it. Soon driveway will look like asphalt
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Could be gasket where high pressure oil pump bolts to front cover.
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I would recommed going to dieselorings.com and getting all the O-rings, the non-servicable plug, and the mounting gasket and completely reseal that bad boy.
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I went with diesel o-rings and they were great especially if you get the kit that has everything in it


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