Question about 2005 Ford F 250 Super Duty
It does sound like an engine oil cooler failure. The cooler on this is the big lump of metal under the oil filter housing. It fits down into the block and has several hoses and sensors. The normal way to check for a leak is to pull it out and pressure test it. You may however be able to drain your coolant, then look for a short piece of hose between your oil cooler and EGR cooler. This hose will twist about 90Deg and then you can slide it back toward the EGR cooler. Make sure you have plenty of engine oil and start the engine with this hose off. If you have a bad enough oil leak the oil may be pumped out here. This may also be a craked head or a front cover problem, but most of the time those will put coolant in the oil.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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