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Old 08-04-2008, 08:55 PM
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oil leak got bad have ?

went to pismo last weekend and got back yesterday well today i noticed im leaking oil on my driver side off the back of the motor ......ive always seen oil under there but it was never enough to leak ....but now its dripping ....so what is back there that it can be leaking from
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someone ...anyone?
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your icp sensor is leaking , if its running dwn drivers side at the back , its the icp
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first off thanks for the info .......do i have to change it ?.....is it somthing i can change myself ?......and if so is it hard to do
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it actually is a ***** to get to, i dont know what you can do, but i do , know it isnt fun to replace , if i didnt do it for a living i'd just pay someone to do it
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ahhhh damn is it expensive to have the dealer do it
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Yea ICP x2....PITA on the 6.0 though.

Drain the coolant down a couple of gallons - remove the degas bottle, the FICM and the rearmost stud on the intake manifold. The pigtail comes with 3 purple wires... it is VERY IMPORTANT that the wires be connected properly - soldered and heat shrinked and properly covered in the foil wrap.

Its around $100-150 to have the dealer do it i believe.
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