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oil galley plug?
trashline Offline
Posting Freak
after I played with some things under the car it seems as if I developed a bigger oil leak. is there an oil galley plug above the hole for the dipstick?

1966 mustang
1988 tbird
Finally have mods that I can post... 373 gears with a brand new t5. K&N cone. Gillis set to 15 psi. Walbro 255 lph. Kirban afpr. Kelly Evo Z tires. Energy suspension front swaybar bushings. Rebuilt topend with stock components.

Working on a FMIC w/ the stock IC.

06 Cobalt SS
66 mustang 289 C4 handfully modded

Stingers IC install and tbird photos

Pete D Offline
There is a galley plug between 2 & 3" above the dipstick hole. I can't assert that it's an oil galley plug but it's close to where the oil supply galley to the head rises up the block.
Pete Dunham


Ryan H Offline
Posting Freak

Did you check to make sure you didn't leave that screwdriver in the oil filter? [Image: biggrin.gif]

It could also be the oil sending unit / turbo supply line.

Ryan Harris

88 TC, 5 spd, B&M Ripper Shifter, Walbro 190 LPH, Aeromotive FPR, K&N, 3.73 rear, KS disconnected, BCS bypassed, 89K miles, shattered clutch, new muffler bearings, Mobil 1 blinker fluid

[This message has been edited by Ryan H (edited 09-01-2005).]
'88 TC Smile Walbro 255HP, Stinger FMIC, PIT BOV, Pro 5.0, Kirban, RR cam, FRPP strut tower brace, T3

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