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Clean the front of the engine totally, and run the truck and maybe have a buddy rev the engine to make the oil move faster and leak sooner. You get on the front top side and underside and start looking for that leak. Easiest way to find it.
Now, on the case where the oil pan is leaking, well, that's your biggest problem,.,...oil pan cannot be removed with out taking engine out of the truck. So, I would go through and see if you can tighten the bolts up and see if it stops the leak. If not, youre probably gonna have to go the route of taking the motor mounts loose, and other components loose , take hood off, and use a heavy engine lift or overhead winch and raise the engine up high enough to get the engine pan dropped free so you can scape the old gasket off and then apply either ford grey gasket maker or a new oil pan gasket and cinch it back up. Other than that, a total removal of the engine is in order.......
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