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Oil in the Valley

I posted in the wrong forum about finding oil in the engine valley. From what I am being told it is probably coming from the HPOP lines. Is this an expensive job?

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I think if you do it yourself the parts are cheap. but if you take it to a shop i am sure they will bill you a ton. I would start by cleaning everything up good then watch it and see if you can spot where its really coming from. i am doing the same this weekend. I think (hope!!) that its just the turbo rings for me that are leaking..

Just a basic 01 F350 CCLB SRW -Good from a far but far from good
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I had the same problem and the first Ford dealer wanted to
replace the pump for $1200.00 so I called another dealer and They fixed it for $200.00. I would call the dealers and ask
for a price and if they tell you more than $300.00 move onto the next one or call any place that works on diesel trucks.
It's not a big job and you don't need to replace the pump.
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