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HELP!!!! MOTOR DIED, OIL EVERWHERE!!!

Never ends with this damn truck!!

I was driving to work and all was fine till I start going up the hill and was building boost and it just dies right there and wouldn't start..

Open the hood and there is oil everywhere on the front of the motor and a crap load was running down the back of block!

I didn't notice a oil line popped off or anything...

Where on earth do I start looking to fix this!

Motor still cranks fine and no odd noises so don't think I lost the motor.

L99 f250 7.3 powerstroke,
L99 hybrid turbo,
Built transmission,
TS, 6 position chip,
AIH delete,
4"to5" exhaust,
foil delete,
UMP intake,
Zoodad mod,
FPR alum housing with black spring,
6.0 tranny cooler,
6.0 PS cooler,
06 dash swap,
06 axles and suspension,
09 steering box,
015 spring swap and shackle flip.
Saginaw PSP conversion,
016 front bumper,
Autometer&Torque app for gauges,

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Are you positive it's oil and not diesel blown everywhere?The o-ring under the fuel filter cap blew out on my latest truck on my way home from the dealer because someone put the wrong side of the bevel down .

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Yeah...it's oil...

I have been having fuel problems and orders a cabinet kit but won't be here till the 10th..
Really hope I can fix the truck with those parts cus if not I'm screwed!

L99 f250 7.3 powerstroke,
L99 hybrid turbo,
Built transmission,
TS, 6 position chip,
AIH delete,
4"to5" exhaust,
foil delete,
UMP intake,
Zoodad mod,
FPR alum housing with black spring,
6.0 tranny cooler,
6.0 PS cooler,
06 dash swap,
06 axles and suspension,
09 steering box,
015 spring swap and shackle flip.
Saginaw PSP conversion,
016 front bumper,
Autometer&Torque app for gauges,

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If you don't have an extra person to crank it over, jump the starter solenoid while trying to watch where oil is coming from. Could be a hole in a hose, where hose goes into the crimp, O-ring on HPOP, O-ring on the IPR. Just be sure to top off the oil first to be sure you didn't loose a lot and dry run the HPOP.

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Sounds like a high pressure oil problem. Check the back plate of your hpop and make sure the snap ring is still in place. Check the oil lines at the hpop and heads for the snaps to be in place.

Also pull the plug off the top of the hpop reservoir and see if there is oil in there. It should bee about 3/4 of the way full.

You will need to crank it and watch for oil leaks to go any further.

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Boy, I'm sure getting #%=ED this year.

I don't know what to do now... I have no money what so ever and I'm moving soon and this is my D.D.!



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L99 f250 7.3 powerstroke,
L99 hybrid turbo,
Built transmission,
TS, 6 position chip,
AIH delete,
4"to5" exhaust,
foil delete,
UMP intake,
Zoodad mod,
FPR alum housing with black spring,
6.0 tranny cooler,
6.0 PS cooler,
06 dash swap,
06 axles and suspension,
09 steering box,
015 spring swap and shackle flip.
Saginaw PSP conversion,
016 front bumper,
Autometer&Torque app for gauges,

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looks like the checkvalve, from within the valley, driver side, under/to the right, of the hpop

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Good eye.

I'm working on pulling it out now.. Is there a homemade tool i can use to get my oil lines off?


Also, hucorey is hooking me up with his old HPOP

So hopefully by the weekend I can get it going again...anything else I should look out for?

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L99 hybrid turbo,
Built transmission,
TS, 6 position chip,
AIH delete,
4"to5" exhaust,
foil delete,
UMP intake,
Zoodad mod,
FPR alum housing with black spring,
6.0 tranny cooler,
6.0 PS cooler,
06 dash swap,
06 axles and suspension,
09 steering box,
015 spring swap and shackle flip.
Saginaw PSP conversion,
016 front bumper,
Autometer&Torque app for gauges,

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2 flat blade screw drivers can be used to disconnect them.

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or a grinder wrench laying around.

Make Your Own: HPOP Line Removal Tool - Diesel Forum - TheDieselStop.com

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