I still own a 1999 f-250 with the 7. After a few days we got the verdict…several injectors plus some other stuff…just to get it to the point of being able to limp it home. So, just yesterday, I pulled the engine. Throw in some cold mornings and a weak battery and you have a voltage drop causing current spikes and havoc throughout the electrical and electronic systems. I am not sure about my 2007 350 super duty truck had oil cooler egr valve done to it seem to run good but after reading all the tube people are having I wish now I never got the truck. They now run within 15 degrees of one another.
I have a 2006 F250 turbo diesel lariat with tow and off road packages,and engine heater, that I bought new in 06. Instead of ford recalling many fords with a none fixable ac unit, ford shipped these ill designed vehicles to colder climates so they would not have address the issue. My assigned service person said it could be injected sleeve and he said a couple other things. Only problem I have with the truck? My truck was in mint condition with 40K on it so decided to invest in fixing it. Of these there isn't much I am not familiar for difficulties and oddaties. Too many years messing around fixing this thing 90 days in the shop.
The trucks head basket and head bolts failed with 40000 miles and Ford warranted the repairs. I am looking to put either a 5. Call for more info parting out 2004 f350 fx4 4 door 4×4 with 6. Vehicle now has 320,000 miles. The best part about doing a project like this is that it is not a very popular conversion and there is very little information out there. You are currently viewing our boards as a guest which gives you limited access to view discussions and access other forum features.
The truck broke down in May, one month after I purchased it. I will never be able to trade this money pit in. Make me a offer on the truck. For a 4wd it gets tougher. But you have to drive these things like you stole them at least once a week.
Canada I bought a 2004 F550 with a 6. Plus, it hauls like a mother! Any answers for this problem. Towed to the mechanic, turned out to be the fuel regulator module. He told me to wait a couple of years until they got it all straightened out. I take great care of my trucks.
Now the steering is acting up again Wife can barely turn the wheels its so hard to drive. The easiestway to do this is to weld the tube directly to the core support and then cut the center out with an air body saw. I was travelling to New york and started on Tuesday morning at 3Am. Thanks, Ryan Hi Ryan, I would recommend calling our phone number and talking to one of our techs during the week or checkout one of the Powerstroke Forums. This is going to be a 10,000 bill from my local shop. I did put a new starter in and it ran beautiful for 2 days. That test costs the customer between 250.
I worked for ford for about five years. These are the homemade motor mounts using car mounts and drilling out a rivet and welding in a bolt. The air filters are better than any after markets, the turbos are amazing. Had it towed only to find out that the injectors and possibly the high pressure oil pump has to be looked at too. But what scares me is the stories that I read here.
I have taken care of the motor since new. I bought a diesel because I was led to believe this truck would last. I love my truck I own a small tree company here in Newburgh New York. I bet I have put at lease 50 fuel filters on theis truck at 50-55 per set. At least not for engine problems.
This is no lie I have replace the motor, the turbo three times , Have new o rings and shaft in new motor. I currently have a 7. I do want everyone to know that Ford did me right in this situation. Well I hope all this information is helpful in making upgrades to your 6. Even among vehicles that used several different V8s, V6s, inline-six or four-cylinders, switching from one engine family to the next isn't a straight bolt-in procedure.
For a 460 just use a starter for a 351M-400 motor. After reading all of your comments I realized that we were not giving any real answers, so I wanted to let readers know that we have some resources for broken 6. Stop crying and move on. There is a nationwide class settlement that has been preliminarily approved. Well look a crack head blown motor? Turns out the trip from the dealership to work a 330 km trip kills the engine loosing compression in three cylinders. Ford owners have been arguing that the 6. They do not have any additional information on open cases against Ford.