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Old 11-03-2013, 03:40 PM
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all oil blew out onto the valleyand truck shut off

So I had a Turbo with TONSS of shaft play and oil leaking orings.replaced Turbo with a new one and bought the diesel site non ebpv pedastool and Turbo outlet, and all new orings.
Truck was fine, shortly after I noticed some seeping from.between pedastool and turbo.and it made its way down the motor and off the inspection cover to the ground.
Then tonight I loose power slightly, check oil light came on so I veer over to turn into a neighborhood and as soon as I.make it halfway in.the truck ahuta off and I roll over to the.aide to stop. Oil is POURING on the ground, look behind me and there a a trail of oil starting where the check oil light first came on. From light to truck shutting off was 10seconds or leaa.
Now there's a big pool of oil in the valley also, nothing is sprayed on the firewall, not much anywhere else.

Codes from my edge cts:
P0113. I have a cold air intake, always had the code
P0478 and p0470. I think due to having the ebpv delete
P0340. Never had this one before.
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Old 11-03-2013, 04:43 PM
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id say fill oil back up, clean the motor off.
then start it up and look for your leak.

probably didnt get the orings seated correctly.

the ones that are between the block and pedestal are a pain sometimes.

little bit of grease helps them stay put
make sure you torque the bolts down at the correct ft lbs

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Old 11-03-2013, 05:00 PM
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That's what I thought. But for it to slow leak then all the sudden blow up? It literally blew up, not as much of a bang as an inter cooler boot blowing off, but still noticeable.
I mean I love how it happens on the last day of a three day vacation, dony know when ill have another day off yet...
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Old 11-03-2013, 05:05 PM
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thats how it goes! lol
my friend had the same issue, cept he drove to town.
his dad watched him drive off and watched the oil trail follow him
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Yea all 14qts of what was left of mine drained in 10seconds, I didn't make it very far. Lol
I'm guessing the cps code is due to the truck shutting.off?
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the motor will shut off when the oil gets low enough. To lose that much, that quick, i'd inspect the hpop hoses.
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Check the HPOP. As your looking at the engine from the front, look down on top of the fuel bowl to your right there is a plug (non serviceable plug) that may have blown out.

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Battery in my ranger died so I walked 3miles home and 3 miles back to steal my 350s battery. Quickly checked the hpop hoses. All are connected ill have to check for if they're ripped open somewhere another day. The joys of working 60hrs/week
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Old 11-11-2013, 07:39 PM
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Battery in my ranger died so I walked 3miles home and 3 miles back to steal my 350s battery. Quickly checked the hpop hoses. All are connected ill have to check for if they're ripped open somewhere another day. The joys of working 60hrs/week
It may not even be a hose.

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So I can't find any oil from.anywhere around the hop or fuel bowl. All dry. So I look at the turbo and the two bolts have backed out about 1/2"... guess they weren't torqued down enough with I replaced the turbo. Got it all back together and it just cranks. Powerful cranking, but just cranks. Low fuel light is on and gauge bounces a small bit. But I know its a full tank.
I still have p0340. Where is it located? Would it make sense for that to have broken when all this happend? I did notice the positive cable in the driver battery popped off and maybe it shorted out and fried the cam sensor?
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