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I have a 96 PSD and put a SD Style turbo with a Van pedistal on.
I used F4TZ-6N653-A O Rings under the Ped. and between the turbo end ped.

I have a leak between the turbo and Ped.

After searching I found [Thanks Tom)


Turbo Pedestal
(Ford) F4TZ-6N639-AARM (up to 98.5)
(Ford) F81Z6N639-BARM (99 F-series w/o EBP)
(Ford) F81Z-6N639-AARM (99 F-series w/EBP)
(Ford) F81Z-6N639-DARM (99.5 F-series w/o EBP)
(Ford) F81Z-6N-639-CARM (99.5 F-series w/EBP)
(International) 1822873C1 (Non EBPV pedestal)

Turbo Pedestal O-Rings (between pedestal & block; pedestal & turbo)
(Ford) F4TZ-6N653-A & -B
(International) 1815560C1 & 1815561C1

Now my question is ....
Does anyone know if the (Ford) F81Z6N639-BARM (99 F-series w/o EBP)and
(Ford) F81Z-6N639-DARM (99.5 F-series w/o EBP)
Are thicker??
Thaty seams like what I need...
Please let me know anything that would help...
I am planning a trip leaving Thursday eve and need to get this fixed ASAP..


Thanks
John
 

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You did used two of the O-rings with the A suffix and two O-rings with the B suffix correct? (large and small) I was also of the impression that the van pedistal was not as tall as the SD one but I am not sure on that.

I woudl probably start out by pulling it apart and investigating first.
 

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The trucks and vans used the same pedestal. If you have a sd turbo, you need to use a sd pedestal from either a truck or van. 99.5-03
 

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You did used two of the O-rings with the A suffix and two O-rings with the B suffix correct? (large and small) I was also of the impression that the van pedistal was not as tall as the SD one but I am not sure on that.

I woudl probably start out by pulling it apart and investigating first.
I have it apart...
I did use 1 large and 1 small.
from what I have seen, is that the Van is like the SD but with no EPB..
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I have a no EBPV pedistal I got from Truck Source on mine that worked perfect. I think there was a pipe plug in there to block off an oil passage. Is that plug tight?
 

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I have a no EBPV pedistal I got from Truck Source on mine that worked perfect. I think there was a pipe plug in there to block off an oil passage. Is that plug tight?
This is all new to me..
Wree is the plug to go??

I was under the inpression that 1 was a oil supply and the other is a return or like a drain back.
The pedistal I have has No EBV from the factory.
Please let me know'
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John I am not positive but I am pretty sure there was a pipe plug that sealed off a drilled oil passage on the back side of the non ebpv pedistal. If you have it apart it should be obvious. If I am wrong about that sorry for sending you in the wrong direction.
 

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There is a pipe plug on the back of my non ebv pedestal.
 

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There is a pipe plug on the back of my non ebv pedestal.
Thanks..
Ill double check it..
But it was def. leaking between the Ped. and the Turbo..
I am going to fight a 2nd set of O Rings in, Hopefully tonight.
Thanks
John
 
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