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Old 10-21-2008, 02:58 PM
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Question 3-5 psi lpop help

installed manual gauge and it shows only 3-5 psi oil preasure truck still runs but seems to have a bad miss i have changed the lpop and still the same also have checked the oil bypass in the filter housing need some more info if you can thanks truck is an early 99 f450 7.3
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Old 10-21-2008, 03:00 PM
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How many miles?
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could be several things. Might be sucking in air by the filter housing, could be a broken pickup tube, clogged pickup head.
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could be several things. Might be sucking in air by the filter housing, could be a broken pickup tube, clogged pickup head.
Didn't your truck do this?
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Old 10-21-2008, 03:11 PM
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yeah, you know what it was from? idiots who used orange permatex as a gasket on the oil pan. The permatex got ate away, and it leaked bad, plus all the excess that spilled over into the pan had gotten sucked up against the pickup. Scuffy said it looked like a mini orange basketball! haha
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truck has 204000 un touched miles its not mine it belongs to a friend and it had not had an oil change in 11000 miles but i changed it first then swaped sensors with the one from my truck i looked and no signs of any permatex arround pan
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the low oil pressure and the miss are probably not related , where di you hook this gauge in at
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the same place the stock one goes
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