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Old 01-02-2013, 04:42 AM
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99 F-350 Overheated / Diesel In Coolant / Help??

Earlier one of our workers drove one of our trucks and it severley overheated, the morons keep running it until it died. It not takes 1-2 min to crank and coolant tank fills up with diesel when running. No diesel fuel or coolant has mixed with the engine oil as of yet. We were told the head gaksets are now bad and heads will be warped?? Also have been told it could be in the intercooler??

Any help would greatly be appreciated!!!

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Cracked injector cups prob.
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either cups, or a head is cracked
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