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Oil on top of Engine

I've got an 01 f250. It always seems to have oil sitting on top of the engine(kinda under the fuel filter and turbo). It never seems to be enough to drip down the motor to the driveway, but there is always oil on the top of the motor. Any help would be great
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first check the hpop area(thats that thing there next to your fuel filter) then if thats not it it may be pedestal orings slowly giving out.. but it seems slow enough not to be dripping??
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Thanks Ill check those out.
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I had the same problem. It ended up being several things.

1. Leaking valve cover gaskets
2. Leaking intake boots
3. Leaking hpop crossover ends
4. And finally I got hornet's bypass setup.

And now no leaks

2000 F250 Extended Cab
7.3 Diesel
200cc Injectors
38r Ball Bearing Turbo
Regulated Fuel Return
"Project Under Construction"
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