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Sooooo I have traded to a cummins in my F350 happy as hell sounds great and hellar power wooo hoo. Well i seen oil underneatht the truck couldnt find where it came from mind you i just got the truck finished. Had a diesel buddy come over and look at it. What did he find, a jb wed crack on the timing gear case that had oil leaking out. well chipped the jb weld away and three total cracks GREAT. So if anyone can help me on info to tear apart the truck/motor to do this or have a timing gear case I would appreciate it. Thank you
You can do a little searching on here and find where someone found one on the internet I believe for less than a couple of hundred dollars a year ago and posted back a day or so ago that it is still working great.
I just finished fixing mine a couple weeks ago. Got the case and gasket for case and cover from pure diesel power. Got the valve cover gaskets from napa. And got everything else from my chrysler dealership. It took me two full days to get it down to where the case was ready to be pulled. Then I cleaned for a full day. Then it took one of my dad's friends 11 hours to get it completely running again. I had a total of $900 into it after paying him $300 in labor
Hope this helps some
Also, the chrysler dealership wanted $1600 just in labor to fix it and the case alone would have been another $600
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