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2003 6.0 NO START. LEAKING OIL. NO CODES

I have a 03 F-350 6.0 152 000 miles. It was blowing huge clouds of black and white smoke continuously before I shut it off 15 minutes ago. Now it will not start. Oil is coated everywhere, on the back of the truck, on the trailer and the oil level is below minimum which was full an hour and a half ago. Now just dripping the small remains onto our driveway. Lots of steaming from the engine too. Please help me. My business depends on this truck.
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I have a 03 F-350 6.0 152 000 miles. It was blowing huge clouds of black and white smoke continuously before I shut it off 15 minutes ago. Now it will not start. Oil is coated everywhere, on the back of the truck, on the trailer and the oil level is below minimum which was full an hour and a half ago. Now just dripping the small remains onto our driveway. Lots of steaming from the engine too. Please help me. My business depends on this truck.
ICP sensor is leaking most likely. Will have to replace sensor and pigtail.
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ICP sensor is leaking most likely. Will have to replace sensor and pigtail.
What would it be doing to cause this problem?
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The 03's were know to have a problem with the ICP sensors. Oil leaks through the sensor and oil soaks the pigtail and leaks down the back of the engine.
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The 03's were know to have a problem with the ICP sensors. Oil leaks through the sensor and oil soaks the pigtail and leaks down the back of the engine.
What about a leak on the drivers side in behind the tire a few inches? Thats where the leak is. To my understanding the ICP is over towards passenger side? Yes? No?
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If it's a true 03 engine, the ICP is right in the center of the engine on the back but it screws into the HPOP cover from the drivers side.
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It's right under neath the turbo.
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If it's a true 03 engine, the ICP is right in the center of the engine on the back but it screws into the HPOP cover from the drivers side.
Vehicle built May 2003 so that should be right. How do I access it? Top down or bottom up?
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A lot of guys say they go from the bottom but I remove the degas bottle and FICM and go from the top. It's a pain bit can be done. You can crawl under neath and look up to the ICP and you'll be able to tell if that's the source of your leak.
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It's right under neath the turbo.
Thank you so much for your help. I will check tomorrow for the ICP and get back to you on this. I appreciate it so much!
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