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 03-23-2014, 21:47 Post: 189741
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 Ford F-350 oil leak

I own a Ford F 350 diesel. It has a slight drip of oil. Have been told by a diesel engine mechanic that probably the leak is most likley not from the engine and that the best to do is get under and try to see where the leak is coming from. will someone tell me the best way to find the leak. Also will someone tell me the procedure should be to change the rear end oil. thanks to anyone for this info.






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 Ford F-350 oil leak

You should get a good start by where the drip is showing up on clean floor and the type of fluid it is. Card board box opened up under it should keep floor clean and show up very well.

You may need to clean the motor and transmission before you begin the hunt depending on how oily they are.

Is it just a slight leak with no fluids showing needing added to or do you have to refill a fluid often? kt






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