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Friggin oil leak.....need part number

Got my Fass changed out and all is well on that end.

HOWEVER

I drove the truck a couple miles and discovered a massive oil leak in the driveway. It turns out the threaded piece that secures the oil fill neck to the pan is warped and will not seal. Lovely.

Anyway anybody know the part number?





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Re: Friggin oil leak.....need part number

Nevermind. My buddy just picked up one for me at the stealer. 14 bucks.





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Re: Friggin oil leak.....need part number

what good is a diesel thats not leaking???

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Re: Friggin oil leak.....need part number

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what good is a diesel thats not leaking???
lol. lil more oil than normal.





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Re: Friggin oil leak.....need part number

The dipstick tube flange nut?

Be carefull buddy. You F that deal up and you'll be pulling an engine....

Also... are you sure it's the nut and not the o-ring on the tube?
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Nah it's the nut....and the last thing I want to do right now is pull that motor again.





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Re: Friggin oil leak.....need part number

I honestly don't know how you're gonna pull this off.

I backed the nut all the way off the threads one time, but I used the dipstick tube to hold the internal flange in place.

If you've got to completely remove and replace that thing.....

You'd better make sure you're good with God.



Cause you could end up with a freakin oil dipstick flange laying on the windage tray in that pan.



And I promise I won't give you the monkey finger for using my truck like a trashcan last weekend.
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I've enlisted the help of my mechanic buddy for this one.

Wish me luck!





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Re: Friggin oil leak.....need part number

Talk with Maintain he's messed with his and pulled it off without a hitch. I think you use a bent coat hanger to hold the inside peice but I'm not sure. Then again his issue might have been clocking on that darn thing since his motor came out a a OBS truck.

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