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post #1 of 14 Old 07-16-2013, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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I recently developed a pretty substantial oil leak on the valley below the turbo. I initially thought rear main seal until I did my homework. I was finally able to find the leak but I am not sure where it is exactly coming from. Any help is GREATLY appreciated!
It is running down from somewhere above the turbo pedestal?
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either, its the ebpv rod or the orings between the turbo/pedestal.

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either, its the ebpv rod or the orings between the turbo/pedestal.
Sounds good I bought kits to replace both!
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depend'n on your geographical location, most of us "gut" the pedestal, for that reason...meaning, dont have an EBPV assy.

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depend'n on your geographical location, most of us "gut" the pedestal, for that reason...meaning, dont have an EBPV assy.
X2 on this. I'm in NW Ohio and winter temps can get pretty brutal, not as much as they used to, but I just start it up 5-10 min before I drive off.

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Yea I'd delete the ebpv piece. Im here in NE/mid Ohio and i have no problems with it being unhooked and disconnected.

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I bought the blank pedestal and cylinder piece to eliminate the problem in the future
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the high-flow exhaust outlet?

How much you want for the pedestal, shipped to 92530?

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timmyboy go to dieselsite.com they have the pedestal for 109.00 and the outlet flange for 89.00


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the high-flow exhaust outlet?

How much you want for the pedestal, shipped to 92530?
What my used one?
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