Question about 2004 Ford F350
Egr cooler and oil cooler. its my understanding ford did not get all the casting sand out of these blocks clogging up the oil cooler melting the welds inside and mixing the oil in with the water had the same prob replaced both and still goin have other problems now suggest fixing and trying to sell
Posted on Sep 22, 2013
Oil in the coolant generally indicates a blown head gasket. If the head gasket is blown, oil and coolant could be getting into the cylinders. You should have a mechanic check it out. I don't know a whole lot about dianosinng diesels. If you can get the glow plugs out, turn it over and see it any water or oil blows out of the holes.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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