Question about Ford F-350
Your turbo may be both oil- and water-cooled. If that's the case, you may have a leak at one of the coolant hoses going either to or from the turbo. Important to get it looked into soon - a turbo designed for water and oil cooling, but possibly not getting all the water cooling it's set up for - is probably going to have problems before too long. Turbos spin so fast and get so hot that you don't want to have any compromises in your system.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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