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Old 01-06-2010, 01:43 PM
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Oil leak Pictures

I had the truck up on the lift today to drain the fuel/water seperator and seen this leak. It isnt noticable on the dipstick as far as I can tell. The truck doesnt always run smooth, and sometimes bucks or surges at a stop. I've been thinking ICP sensor and someone else mention it sounds like a High-pressure oil problem.

New HPOP back in april, studs, egr delete, BTS 140 tune, itp reg return, oil cooler rebuilt, stock sticks, and stock turbo.

See what you think? All pics are taken from under the truck on the driver side at the best angles I could get...






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Old 01-06-2010, 02:32 PM
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HPOP cover, or something up in the valley. Engine shampoo out the valley and pressure wash it, put some dye in it and take it for a boot and see where the leak is.

FWIW -- there is a heat shield missing that should bolt to the back of the HPOP cover.

Is your truck an early build or late build? If it's early build, the ICP sensor at the back in that HPOP cover might be leaking also. It's kind of hard to see, but I'm thinking that's a late build, because I think I should be able to see the wiring harness from the ICP if it was back there.
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Old 01-06-2010, 02:35 PM
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As a trivia point... 5-16-08, is that a reman motor?
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As a trivia point... 5-16-08, is that a reman motor?
Oooo, just noticed that as well. Not a reman as far as I know, however when BTS replaced the HPOP he mentioned I had a reman turbo. The truck is an 04 with 128k...bought it with 117k miles.

Is that number the manufacture date?
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Nope its the best before date.
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bump, any more ideas?
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get some pics from the top. like off to the sides of the turbo.
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