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You didn't say what the oil was under, oil pan, front, etc. On the 1st gen trucks, the bigger problem is the bolts that hold the timing case. There are 4 or 5 of these inside, near the cam. These have a nasty habit of loosening up and falling out. The best way is to take off the cover, check the KDP, remove the bolts 1 at a time, clean with brake or carb cleaner, blow out with air, and loctite them back in. The one behind the cam gear needs a special wrench, just bend one to fit.
'92 D350, sticks, air, pipes, 388 hp, 799tq
'97 2500, ECLB
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