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6.0 oil cooler relocation kit | Ford Upgrade

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6.0 oil cooler relocation kit | Ford Upgrade

Motor oil doesn’t just keep parts lubricated; it also helps keep your engine cool. As it flows through the cylinder head, engine block, and the piston cooling ports, oil absorbs heat, transferring it across the engine block. In most engines, the transfer of heat between the oil, block, and coolant is enough to keep temperatures under control. Some engines, like the 6.0 Power Stroke, take...

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Ford 6.0 FICM Symptoms | Fuel Injection Control Module

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Ford 6.0 FICM Symptoms | Fuel Injection Control Module

What are the symptoms of a failing 6.0 FICM? A failing FICM can cause all sorts of problems, but one of the most common symptoms is an engine that is hard to get started, especially when the engine is cold or has sat overnight.  This can mean that the engine cranks over for longer than normal before firing off and/or the engine starts, but then...

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Ford Powerstroke Problems 6.7L | 6.4L | 7.3L | 3.0L | Overview

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Ford Powerstroke Problems Across Generations Here’s some of the most common problems for each generation. Ford 6.7 Powerstroke Problems (2011 - 2016) After dealing with the problems of the Navistar-designed Powerstroke engines, Ford decided to develop the next Powerstroke in-house. Since this engine was built specifically for their trucks, the engineers were able to add new features that improved drivability and performance. This includes reverse...

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EGR Cooler | What is it and Why it Fails?

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EGR Cooler | What is it and Why it Fails?

The cooler in your truck’s EGR system works with the EGR valve to create a mix of air, fuel, and exhaust gases that reduce emissions. These EGR coolers are a known weak point on most diesel engines, which leaves a lot of questions for owners. Why do the exhaust gases running through this system need to be cooled? How do you know the cooler in...

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What Is An EGR Valve? | Exhaust gas recirculation

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What Is An EGR Valve? | Exhaust gas recirculation
EGR valves are a common point of failure on most modern diesel engines. When the valve sticks, it triggers the check engine light and decreases power.

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