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Slight oil leak

i have a little oil leak on my truck i cant seem to narrow it down any suggestions i looked in the valley on top of th eengine there is a little bit of oil but its not like flowing down it any other suggestions of where to look?
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How many miles on your rig? Could be many things, under turbo, pipe boots, ect.

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If you have any oil in the valley, I would suspect the HPOP Orings. I am due for my 3rd set now & I have only owned my truck for about 35k! They are cheap & easy to replace & there are multiple how to's & video's showing how it's done.

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it has 153k on it
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i would check the o rings under the turbo pedistal

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alright thanks i dont think it could be the hpop but i could be wrong cause ive seen videos of them broken and it is like pouring out and this is just a very little leak about a quart of oil every two weeks or so
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Do you have a ccv mod on your rig, I am gonna have to say boots leaking on this one. Or turbo orings or rod on the ebv.

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i dont think i do i just bought this truck about a month ago so i have no clue what a ccv mod and what is the ebv rod? This is also my first diesel truck so i dont know much of the terms that i should
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