Have you heard of a Fummins? I take in for an oil change, I pointed out I just noticed something leaking, they changed the oil but I the same breat they said I have fuel in my coolant system. Only has 112,000 miles on it. It sat all winter before we could get to Ford Dealership. I am looking to buy a 2006 Ford F350 Long bed. Left for Utah I live in California and guess what — more missing.
Also, if you contact Ford, get everything they say in writing and guaranteed. Welcome to your best source of information for automotive and light truck oil and fluid capacities. Never put an off brand in your truck. We are not taking any individual cases and we are constantly getting contacts from this blog. I took off the turbo plastic intake, and it started again and I ran it for 20 mins. But it does take an amount of being an educated and knowledgeable person, time, and money to overcome the problems. See Ford Put the 6.
The mechanic supposively the best around here said that the best thing I can do is drop another engine in it… another 6. No lights, no sounds, no gauges. I pulled the engine apart and found that when the two turbos were put on the plastic inlet to the turbo was broken and I found out that the engine has been sucking sand and dust directly into the turbo. I even purchased an extended warranty and that is no longer in effect. Please send your lawyers address.
You have to step up the oil pressure in stages to get 3,000 psi. It had needed a re-flash once for rough idle under warranty and when I traded it in the degas bottle was starting to whistle on deceleration. Its 2013 and only has 60,000 miles on it. I get a call 3 weeks later come on down from Seattle and pick it up all fixed. The 03,being the first year for the 6.
Ford replaced them almost every time until the warranty was up, and then when it happened one week later, I ended up calling the vp of Ford and argued back and forth and finally he gave in and replaced them one mor time. In the shop every month while under warranty. They probably love it every time a 6. For insurance and bank note on my 2006 f350 and its been broke down for 5 mo. Noticed what looked like spillage on the reservoir. The amount of transmission fluid and fluid level should be set by the indication on the dipstick's normal operating range.
I have a 2005 f250 superduty 6. You can contact them directly, they were always great to work with. It currently has about 400,000 miles on it. When i drop it off at the service department they call and tell me 3 injectors are done, ok i say replace all of them. Fifth and final time, the repair shop said, injectors, high pressure oil pump, head bolts, head gaskets. I such a lot no doubt will make sure to do not overlook this site and give it a look regularly. If you want, just give us a call and we can give you a few recommendations.
Thanks in advance for any help. So in the real world unless your turbo sounds like a freight train dragging a tank across the tracks, a simple disassemble and clean all the soot off will put it back it working order! I own an 06 with a rebuilt motor but the re-used the turbo which blew when it had 123000 miles on it. The camshaft was done as well because of this. I left for Arkansas work trip on Monday, following taking his camper. Fourth time, oil pressure problems, 1800 dollars. Once home, I had it checked.
But if at the end of the year I start hearing bad things, I will keep my 7. This has by far been my worst investment ever. In less than 1500 miles after I bought this used 2004, it started blowing white smoke. A sticker that is applied during production will need to be removed in order to see the serial number. Like you said, the 6. Looks like pitting in the mold lines.
So 1 vehicle and my husband gone for work for nearly 18 hours a day, 5 days a week, leaves me and the kids with nothing to drive if we needed to get somewhere. I didnt do anything but change the oil and dump fuel in it for 7 years. I change oil at scheduled intervals. I purchased my 06 F250 6. I loved the no bail-out of ford.