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post #1 of 6 Old 06-22-2012, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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2002 F350 ext cab SRW 6 1/2' bed(mine)
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Is that Oil or Fuel?

Look above the passenger tire for a 3/8's metal tube against the motor. It is the fuel bowl drain, controlled by the yellow lever to dump water from the bottom, and there are O-Rings that rot and cause it to leak. If that's it you can simply re-ring it!
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It's oil...

2002 F350 ext cab SRW 6 1/2' bed(mine)
2008 F350 CC DRW 8' bed(Dads)
2012 Reg Cab DRW Dump
1996 Reg Cab DRW Dump
1999 Reg Cab DRW Dump (After a year of sitting its back and running good)
2003 Ext Cab DRW 8' Utilty
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oil galley plug on the back of the head has a o-ring on it. pull plug replce o-ring install plug no more oil leak.. could also be the oil line to or from the turbo.. most of the time it is the o-ring on the plug.. hope this helps
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is it hard to take plugs out? do i need to pull anything to make room?

2002 F350 ext cab SRW 6 1/2' bed(mine)
2008 F350 CC DRW 8' bed(Dads)
2012 Reg Cab DRW Dump
1996 Reg Cab DRW Dump
1999 Reg Cab DRW Dump (After a year of sitting its back and running good)
2003 Ext Cab DRW 8' Utilty
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Tons of oil leaks that it could be. Clean it first, then get up top in the valley at the front, and work your way back looking for where the leak starts.
HPOP, HPOP lines, HPOP plugs, HPO rail plugs, EBPV actuator rod where it exits the turbo pedestal, turbo pedestal orings.



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