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post #1 of 5 Old 04-19-2014, 07:34 PM Thread Starter
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Scratching my head???

Hello everyone new to this site so bear with me. Hope someone might be able to give some insight. Had to rebuild my 6.0 loaned it to a friend and they returned it not working so well. Turbo gone. Hpop gone. Oil cooler gone. Two injectors and two melted pistons. Had a shop get it running Costed me $4000. Anyways rebuilt engine all stock oem parts. Put it back together and started turning it over. The only thing that isn't stock is egr delete. Problem is I kept turning it over to get air out of hpop system. Noticed oil leak found it oil leaking out of bypass tube on egr delete -- not good. My question is maybe it's the head gaskets or the oil cooler. Oil cooler is less than a year old. It was put on to get it running after I got it back from shop so should be good but so should the new head gaskets ??? Any help is greatly appreciated. I'm bout at wits end and broke from working on this truck.

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Also is there any way to test the oil cooler off the truck? Can't get it to start from losing the oil and coolant. ???

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Thanks for the reply supercrutyps been looking through here all day. Lots of great info. Warily scatching though.

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Pulled oil cooler out to inspect it and possibly test it found brass shaving in it. Could this be from the oil cooler or is it my hpop?

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