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Old 12-20-2010, 03:27 PM
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High pressure oil line seal and ICP

I was told the high pressure line on teh top left side is leaking and thus shourted my ICP? sensor from leaking down to it.

I was told 120 for the line and seal and 180 for the sensor does this sound right??

Is there anywhere I can buy these items myself to save the markup (ford Im sure will be just as much if not more) and just pay for install.

I am also pretty sure I have a leak in my crankcase seal
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Try International. I forget which engine is the IH equivalent but they should know.
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Old 12-22-2010, 01:10 PM
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Try International. I forget which engine is the IH equivalent but they should know.
the 7.3 is made by international right???

I figured they would be the same cost as ford... Ill give them a call though. thanks!
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I was told the high pressure line on teh top left side is leaking and thus shourted my ICP? sensor from leaking down to it.

I was told 120 for the line and seal and 180 for the sensor does this sound right??

Is there anywhere I can buy these items myself to save the markup (ford Im sure will be just as much if not more) and just pay for install.

I am also pretty sure I have a leak in my crankcase seal
Check out ebay--got a Ford oem icp for $82 in unopened package-10 minute install if you milk it

Can't see hp oil line taking out the icp unless plug gasket is bad-again , ebay-gasket + tail kit-$36,comes with shrink tube to seal connectors.

Never looked up HP oil lines-but you can probably find them on there

Get a Haines manual,or better,and you can easily check and replace these parts yourself and save some cash

What do you mean by crankcase seal?

Are you seeing oil dripping from back of oil pan?

It's most likely not your crank seal,but turbo pedestal,HP oil lines-like the one on your post ,etc
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Old 12-22-2010, 07:48 PM
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International dealer, most all there parts are 15-20% cheaper than Ford
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Check out ebay--got a Ford oem icp for $82 in unopened package-10 minute install if you milk it

Can't see hp oil line taking out the icp unless plug gasket is bad-again , ebay-gasket + tail kit-$36,comes with shrink tube to seal connectors.

Never looked up HP oil lines-but you can probably find them on there

Get a Haines manual,or better,and you can easily check and replace these parts yourself and save some cash

What do you mean by crankcase seal?

Are you seeing oil dripping from back of oil pan?

It's most likely not your crank seal,but turbo pedestal,HP oil lines-like the one on your post ,etc
Oil is dripping from behind the first belt on teh front of the engine... I can only think that is the crankcase

Or am I just too stuck on the mindset of my car engine lol

And I will def check ebay and International. I am just kinda iffy on ordering on ebay and making sure I actually get the right part or a quality part.
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Old 12-23-2010, 03:49 PM
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If oil is leaking down the front of the motor pull the CPS and check the o-ring.
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Old 12-23-2010, 03:50 PM
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CPS? Im still new on these engines.
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camshaft position sensor , look up underneath the front end , front of motor on the passenger side just past midway on the main crank pulley, bolted to the front cover. !0 or 12 mm and turn it and it pulls right out. The high pressure line should just need an oring or is the line worn ? Is the truck not running or are they saying to replace the ICP just cause it has fluid in it ?
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The HPOP line is pobably fine, mine did the same thing and caused a leak and all I had to do was tighten the line with a wrench. ICP is a 10 minute job MAX, I did mine in the International parking lot with a cresent wrench.
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