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Old 01-14-2013, 06:37 PM
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I had a similar problem and swapped the oil pump out for a Melling high volume pump. it took about an hour-n-a-half to drop the pan and change it. The pump was 75 dollars, the gasket set was 90. Go figure.

Anyway it straightened mine out. Still going to have to change the bearings.

But before you do any of that for about 20 dollars you can get the intake and plenum gasket set. Take a look down inside of the throttle body and check it (Down inside) for moisture/oily residue. Also check the front of the intake and see if it has an oil leak.
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