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Old 03-24-2007, 04:38 AM
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2004 6.0 oil leak

buddy just purchased truck yesterday, and oil is coming from under a round grey rubber that is under a nut on the valve cover on the passenger side. a small bracket is on top that is missing its nut. truck has 79,000 on it. could the top nut missing allowed the bottom one to back off and the rubber leak? the leak is pretty bad and seems to pulse around the grey rubber. any info is welcomed. thanks.
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any help guys? looks like the nut could just be tightened.
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bump

bump, maybe someone knows what to do.
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Westcoast, you can try PMing Marc, he usually doesnt answer on the open forum
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buddy just purchased truck yesterday, and oil is coming from under a round grey rubber that is under a nut on the valve cover on the passenger side. a small bracket is on top that is missing its nut. truck has 79,000 on it. could the top nut missing allowed the bottom one to back off and the rubber leak? the leak is pretty bad and seems to pulse around the grey rubber. any info is welcomed. thanks.
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it was icp leaking is what stealership told us . anyway, it is not leaking anymore.
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