Also a fuel additive in every tank of gas. We often hear of our customers making money, or at worst breaking even, after driving their vehicle for a year! Ford should be ashamed of themselves. I have a 2003 Excursion with the 6. I know of only a few T. What in the hell makes them think I will ever buy another one of their vehicles ever again. Then another 20 years as a U. I Wow, I get so tired of hearing everyone whine and cry about their 6 liter, and oh how they got taken advantage of and got duped and wasted soooooo much money.
It would be a lot cheaper if was able to buy a gun with one Bullet and do the proofing myself! I bought a diesel because I was led to believe this truck would last. We made the computer recommended repairs. Called my mechanic buddy and asked him what to do. I not happy with Ford motor co. I hear so many guys that bring in their truck to my specialty diesel shop and claim that it blew the heads under normal operating conditions. We use this truck for our business. Anybody interested 336 380 1174.
The comparison will be based on a 2015 F-250 regular cab with the single rear wheel and base model options. This egr system is what is responsible for eating injectors, blowing turbos, head gaskets and more. I sent Ford, and the Federal Trade Commission, all the information with scans of my bills and receipts. At 127,000 on my 2005 f-350 I had water in the oil. In 2011 my husband and I bought a 2004 Ford F-250 6.
I own a 07 f-250 lariet 6inch lift on 35s. Check out some of the Ford diesel forums for more info. Bs pertaining to the 6. Also Head studs are a must on these engines. Only 100,000 miles on my 6. Cummins no problems put it in a ford it would be all good.
I started it and it ran with no noise but white smoke was noticed and wet exhaust. Faults: Occasionally false water in fuel warning. That is one of the reasons I did not try to purchase the 3670. The majority of failures stem from not using the correct fluids or filters, not keepin up on maintenance, and from it being programmed with a hot tune. So please be a little kinder to our readers.
Why then, do they complain about higher failure rates? Your name and email is not exposed to Forum users, only the Screen Name is accessible or viewable. Keep conversations productive, on topic and civil. On another note my trainer has the new 6. Egr deletes tend to crack yur Y-pipe over time. The mechanic supposively the best around here said that the best thing I can do is drop another engine in it… another 6. I had several friends go over to dodge for a while until ford straightened things out and now they are back. I was told by the local Ford mechanic that these engines were actually made by International and there are design flaws in the bolts that hold the engine in place.
The truck is Black with Grey Leather interior. Any piston swash plate hydraulic pump pulsates and is not smooth fluid flow. They even tried to make me pay for damages that I had not done to the vehicle. We live out in the boonies and cannot afford another vehicle. If you delete the egr,you double the life of the motor. When I purchased the truck in 2006 it had only 3000 miles on it. They work great on non turbocharged gas engines, but they are not designed very well for diesels which suck sometime 3-4x more air then a non turbo engine.
Ford owners have been arguing that the 6. Look at something post about 2004, much better. They also did some update on it where the injectors purge for 30 seconds every time the vehicle is shut off. Well, I bought a used 2004 f250 with 90,000 on it. Wish I had more info on 03-04 high pressure oil system but my 04 never had any hick ups for me to learn about it. What is a decent price for a new motor.
Yes Review Date: 3rd January, 2006. Please take my law firm name down. We are a superior auto dealer -- we are an Internet dealer. However, vibrations are vague and very subjective. Now Brake Problems, I just had to replace the fuel tank because of Delamanation and chunks of Shit looking stuff in my fuel. I thought diesel engines were supposed to go hundreds of thousands of miles without problems, but I've seen some major failures and repairs required at 50,000 miles here! No indication anything was wrong until it started to ride like a Bronco and heavy white smoke was billowing out the exhaust. I first changed all fluids and filters, made sure everything was cleaned.
Anyway, we filed our lawsuit in May of 2013 with a 2005 F350 with a 6. In 2011 my husband and I bought a 2004 Ford F-250 6. I didnt do anything but change the oil and dump fuel in it for 7 years. I average about 19 mpg on the highway. One person never even pulled a trailer, but he was on his third transmission last I knew. I took it back to the dealership and the mechanic said the truck needed to be reset to standards and all the updates to make the truck perform better.