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Oil in Breather


Created On Monday June 19, 2006 05:51 Diesel Talk
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Hillbilly
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Note Monday June 19, 2006 05:51 View thread in raw text format
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I have a '93 F350 7.3 non turbo. It has oil in the breather. Someone told me I may have a bad valve on the intake. Does anyone know what this valve is called and it's location? Also looking to purchase a repair or shop manual for this engine.
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Note Thursday June 22, 2006 15:57 View thread in raw text format
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They have Haynes manuals that are just marked Diesel techbook which covers Ford 6.9L,7.3L,7.3L Turbo. The valve that they are probably talking about is one of the cylinder's intake valves.

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Note Saturday June 24, 2006 05:32 View thread in raw text format
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Thanks.
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Note Wednesday February 25, 2009 05:44 View thread in raw text format
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Are you sure that the oil isn't coming from the crankcase breather tube (from the valve cover) which is normal. Maybe you don't really have a problem.
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