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post #1 of 10 Old 12-17-2008, 02:19 PM Thread Starter
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So would it be safe to say that these are blowing out or should I look at something else. This is the driverside the Pass side isnt close but you can see alittle wetness at the head and block surface. Here is the funny thing I am not losing coolent if I am its very slow. I do smell it everynow and then and my oil level doesnt change. I did blow coolent out the bottle a couple times but it was over serviced so I figured that was the problem. now I am lost.







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post #2 of 10 Old 12-17-2008, 02:44 PM
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hey man i cant really tell but that looks like the same leak i had. I had to have an oil sensor replaced
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BUMP,
I'd like to know too.
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I seriously doubt that is a head gasket.
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What year? If it's 03-04 you will probably need a new ICP sensor and wiring pigtail. That's a common problem on the early 6.0's.

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I can't really tell from the pic, is that coolant or oil?



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Its an 05. it looked like oil to me. I put some on my finger and it didnt smell or taste sweet like coolent. could the turbo drain tube be leaking maybe? What throws me off is I am not really losing any fluids.

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I have a 2005 too, that has a "hint" of oil like yours (not as wet as yours)....so, I'd like to know too.
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Kinda looks lik my oil drippage on my '07.

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Well if its oil it doesn't take a whole lot to make quite a mess. I would look around the turbo and HPOP with an inspection mirror. You might be on target with the turbo return line.



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