It could be residual fuel from filter changes in the valley running down the back of your motor and taking the old engine grime with it mimicking an oil leak. If it is a definite oil leak, you should eventually see it no matter what grade you park on.
Take the engine cover off, its not hard, and find where its coming from. Take a rag or something and mop all the oil up then start it and check again. Also check the back of the heads at the main oil galley plugs. They are the two big silver colored plugs in the back of the heads. They can leak too.
Found where fuel is leaking (and hoping it's the only one)!
The leak isn't just in the compression fitting it is also where it threads into the block. As we can see there is no room to give that fitting a few turns so...... That's why I'm here looking for advise from the experts.
So I tried to post about this the other night but for some reason it did not go through. I am not A new member but it has been awhile since I have had to post so my old account must have timed out.
My new to me in the last year and a half bone stock, 7.3 auto 4x4 with 298k has paused and...
Sorry in advance for the rehash. I have read posts and replies for 3 days and
am thoroughly confused with this glow plug relay problem.
I am working on the truck in my signature(420K mi.). Never had a cold start issue since the original
relay died about 10 yrs. ago.
I have done voltage tests...
I was taking my son on a road trip to see the Union Pacific Big Boy train a couple of weeks back and the check engine light came on for a second or 2 and the truck went to limp mode for that duration. It hasn't come on again since. I pulled over, checked the oil, coolant, etc, and all was in...
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