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Fort Myers, FL
Driving this car will cause damage. I'm assuming you do not have the funds to get it checked out by a PAT.
To get this number would require major disassembly to get. Really! what is the problem you are having with that 11 year old truck.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
Whatever the problem is you should have the computer scanned. Not with just a OBDII generic code reader but a full enhanced scanner.
I'm assuming you mean the check engine light is flashing??? More info needed to help. You need to get codes pulled free at a auto parts store. Need codes to help. Previous repair is probably not related to present problem.
On the back of the engine block. If your freeze plug/plugs on the back of the engine are leaking you can be sure the rest of the freeze plugs in the engine are not far behind. Where I live I recommend a cooling system service once a year to my customers. If you service the cooling system when you are supposed to you wouldn't have freeze plugs rusting out.
There's no way any help can be rendered without a more definitive area of what is leaking. To many variables that can leak oil. Please make sure you keep oil in it, if you don't you won't have to worry about the oil leak.
From your post you don't appear to be a rookie. Go to this website www.alldatadiy.com and spend the $26.95 for the year to get any factory info, including Technical Service Bulletins. This info is the same info Professional Auto Repair Shops have to pay $200 and up a month for. Mrfordman and Greg do know what they are talking about.
Take it to a PAT(Professional Auto Tech).
Let me see? Pushrod is correct.