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Oil in my intake, a little help please

A little back ground first.

2005 Crew cab, got her a month ago, had issues with white smoke, and bucking/ missing feeling around 55mph, so I started doing some reading on the site and decided to start bullet proofing my 6.0. So far I ordered a blue spring kit from my local ford hookup, and plan on ordering sinister egr delete this week.

Today when I did my blue spring update, I removed the inercooler piping that goes from the intercooler to the intake, after I removed it I found oil sitting in the piping coupler both where it meets the inner cooler and right behind the fan shroud. I did some searching on the site http://http://www.powerstroke.org/fo...ak-thread.html and saw that somebody with an oil leak mentioned An inercooler line. Has anybody had this problem?
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It's normal because the crankcase vents into the intake. If you want to eliminate the oil in your intake you need to research the CCV mod.

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Thanks guys, it's. My first diesel and didn't know. I appreciate the help and quick response.
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