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Old 06-08-2018, 11:55 PM
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Default New truck (to me) check out engine bay

I purchased a nice condition 2006 Amarillo F350 4x4, CC, LB a week ago.
My first diesel truck in almost 20 years (had a 1990 F250 7.3) and I have a lot of learning to do.

Haven't driven the truck much, but when I have taken it out, the oil and coolant seem to stay within 10 degrees of each other... coolant in the high 190's and the oil seems to hang around 190-194 degrees. Transmission around 140-165 degrees.

Looked all over the engine, both on top and underneath, including the transmission and can't seem to find any leaks, other than in the area of where the pipe goes to the cooler... there seems to be some sort of leak with the gasket... I have included a picture of that too.

Truck has had a EGR ****** and an older 'EdgeJuice Platinium Attitude' module/monitor installed.
It has a 'Volant Ram Air' aftermarket intake.

Not sure what else has been done. The up-pipe does not look stock, the turbo may be aftermarket also?

I have included some pictures if anyone would like to take a look and comment, it would be appreciated.
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Old 06-08-2018, 11:56 PM
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Nevermind...

Not letting me upload pictures... something about "a security token is missing"..
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Old 06-09-2018, 05:18 PM
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upload to imgur.com then post the link here
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