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Leak

Hey guys. Any idea on where this leak could be originating from? I have just bought this truck so am new to its layout.

1996 7.3L F250 (Manual)


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Does the valley between your heads have much oil/diesel pooled up on it?


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2002 F-250 4x4 CC SB 7.3 PSD w/4R100. 182,000 miles.
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2002 F-250 4x4 SC LB 7.3 PSD w/ZF-6. 177,000 miles.
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All leaks travel down & back, so follow it forward & up to the source. It'll be easier to find if the engine is clean (dirt spreads the fluid), so consider pressure-washing everything you can possibly blast, followed by a few rounds of PurplePower/SimpleGreen & a garden hose to get the last of the grit & oil off. Then you should see a straight trail from the leak (until the engine collects dust & dirt again).


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