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Old 04-06-2012, 08:08 PM
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Where are common oil leaks for an early 2004?

I have had an oil drip problem since i bought my truck 7 months ago. When its up to temperature, i will get a drip of oil every couple of seconds from the back of the motor. It will drip a couple more time after i shut it off. My driveway is ruined, my friends say i have marked my territory at the school parking lot, and i have had to add a quart of 15/40 oil every other month. What the hell is going on here. 232,000 miles if that matters. Runs fine
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Old 04-06-2012, 08:47 PM
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Bedplate seal,turbo lines,rear main, heads just to name a few..
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Look at the ICP sensor.
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Look at the ICP sensor.
Thats exactly what ive been thinking for a while. Just wanted to get some thoughts now so I posted here
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I had a bedplate leak hope its not that,check cam and crank sensor could be bad orings,make sure the oil pan bolts are tight.
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