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Oil bypass valve

Just a warning for those out there with a 94-95 7.3, keep an eye of the oil bypass valve if you have the staked version. Iíve been watching mine and bought an updated replacement a few months ago. Last oil change the valve was still intact. Last night I finally got around to replacing my oil cooler orings and discovered the valve had come loose sometime since the last oil change 2,000 miles ago. Glad I had the new one ready to go.




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Just a warning for those out there with a 94-95 7.3, keep an eye of the oil bypass valve if you have the staked version. Iíve been watching mine and bought an updated replacement a few months ago. Last oil change the valve was still intact. Last night I finally got around to replacing my oil cooler orings and discovered the valve had come loose sometime since the last oil change 2,000 miles ago. Glad I had the new one ready to go.




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I've seen that on the Super duty 7.3's also

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Re: Oil bypass valve

Nothing new there.
SD it "shouldn't" happen since it has the snapring, instead of being staked.

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Re: Oil bypass valve

I have seen several with the snap ring half out, but even more with the "stake" failure. There is always the option of restaking the bypass valve

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Nothing new there.

Yeah Iíve heard about it being a problem which is why I was prepared, just sharing for the sake of those who may not know.



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Atleast you were prepared for it

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Re: Oil bypass valve

Yeah, I was only a few months into ownership on mine when it happened to me. I rebuilt the cooler, then it started running funny.
Popped the filter off and sure enough, it had came out sometime/somewhere. Shop up the street sold me the upgraded version for a crisp $20.
You would almost think they would have all fallen out by now. Lol

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Yeah, I was only a few months into ownership on mine when it happened to me. I rebuilt the cooler, then it started running funny.
Popped the filter off and sure enough, it had came out sometime/somewhere. Shop up the street sold me the upgraded version for a crisp $20.
You would almost think they would have all fallen out by now. Lol

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Yeah no kidding, mine ran over 280,000 before it came out assuming itís the original.


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Re: Oil bypass valve

I am absolutely desparate to find a bypass valve (mine was staked in but is long gone) can you send me the contact info for the shop you purchased one from? Or any other sourcing information where I can buy one? [email protected] or 760-774-5046 many thanks!
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Re: Oil bypass valve

I've never heard of anyone offering the valve parts separate. When I did mine back in 2001 or so, I had to get the header adapter (F81Z-6881-BA, the one with the snapring retained bypass and regulator valves). List is $543.22 and online price is around $268.90. It was only around $135 way back when! Cheers!

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