- Oct 28, 2015
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- Scottsdale, Az
- Ram Year
- 2015 CC Sport
Hey. Thanks for the quick replies. So good idea as to wash the engine and put new valve covers. Like I said before, we have been in the business many years, so washing the engine I can do at the shop not problem! Thats one stepl
As for the solenoids, for sure not leaking. When I had the intake off they were dry. The oil under the intake leaked by the side where I have shown in the photos. In regards to the oil control valve, was dry there also. I'm getting this oil only in the same spot as I have with the 2 previous intakes. Between cylinders 4 & 6 and to be quite honest, it looks like it's leaking from the injector, but by covering up the head that I stated above, it didn't come up to the injector. I have ran this truck at an idle, I have had my son put it in gear, brake on and rev the truck and do not see an oil leak. Only when we drive it and stop the oil leak shows. It's very frustrating to say the least. Thanks for your help and if any more ideas please let me know!
And thanks to everyone who is replying, I do not intend to ignore you just has been very frustrating and having a heck of a time figuring this out.
Question for anyone who would know. New Injector O-rings aren't out of the question and for my case could be a good idea. Anyone know how much torque on the fuel rail? I can't seem to find that answer.