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post #1 of 3 Old 10-22-2010, 08:30 PM Thread Starter
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7.3l engine pull

I was trying to salvage my oil pan in my 2000 f250 and after sanding it down it has begun to seep oil through a deep pit in the oil pan. My question is what shall I have done while the engine is pulled? New glow plugs? water pump? What would be cost effective while the engine is pulled? Thanks. Can anyone recommend a shop in NE Ohio?

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I'd do the up-pipes while you had it out. Depending on mileage, glow plus and water pump too if you want, but they're not bad with the motor in the truck.

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Replace low pressure oil pump it is easier with it out. Rear main seal is always worth while you never know

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