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Old 10-29-2012, 08:16 AM
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eot warms up faster

on my truck the oil temp gauge warms up alot faster then the coolant it takes the coolant about 8 miles and the oil only about 4 then there even all day of driving it does have a new oil cooler on it .it seems to be normal to me
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i did talk to the oringal owner he did say its been that way since new he did say he had the coolant changed every 15,000 miles he traded this truck for a 2013 f-250 and from what i can tell by the oasis report he was very picky at one time he took it cause the front bumper was a 1/4 inch lower on 1 side lol
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Wonder if your oil cooler bypass valve is opening?

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2 weeks ago the dealer installed on a new oil cooler , would the bypass be with the new one i really dont think i have a problem cause he said its been like that since new .i was just wondering about
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2 weeks ago the dealer installed on a new oil cooler , would the bypass be with the new one i really dont think i have a problem cause he said its been like that since new .i was just wondering about
No, the oil cooler bypass valve is in the oil cooler upper housing, located inside the oil filter housing at the bottom. Not sure if that is normal, but if the oil cooler bypass valve is opening, it is not getting ful flow through the oil cooler. That would be a reasonable explanation.

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would that hurt anything . a year later its still the same ,the oil heats up with in a few miles and the coolant takes atleast 10
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best bet would be to get one of the below monitoring systems...

scan gauge 2 from bulletproof diesel

edge insight cs or cts for about double the price...

that would let you know right off the bat if there is a problem and the factory gauges are not a good source for monitoring at all. they tell you of a problem after its too late 150% of the time...
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Are you going by the factory gauges or aftermarket? If aftermarket, analog gauges or digital monitor?


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I think that sounds pretty normal. Mine does it too. Its working itself up to operating temp. I remember pgreensvt saying something about this.
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^Agreed. Mine is the same. I was told you want your coolant temp to be below you oil temp upon warm-up. Also that you shouldn't be concerned with your delta while your truck is warming up unless it is something extreme like +25*
Just DON'T romp on the motor until you're warmed up and delta levels out.
Have you gone to an ELC or are you still running gold?
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