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High-Pressure Oil System Diagnostic Procedure – Ford 6.0L

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High-Pressure Oil System Diagnostic Procedure – Ford 6.0L

The high-pressure (HP) oil system that used for the fuel injection system on the Ford 6.0L engines can be very tricky and time consuming to diagnose when problems arise. It is important to have an understanding on how the system works to be able to accurately diagnose and repair it. Here is a little background on this system before we begin. Let’s start with a...

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Data Monitoring on a 6.0L Diesel with the ScanGaugeII

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Data Monitoring on a 6.0L Diesel with the ScanGaugeII
Having the ability to view engine data can help prevent major breakdowns, the ScanGauge II can help! Read on to see how.

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Cummins EGR Coolers

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Cummins EGR Coolers

The Cummins engine has long been known to be one of the strongest, most reliable engine platforms for light, medium and heavy duty trucks. Studies show that approximately 75% of all Ram 2500/3500 pickup owners choose the optional Cummins Turbo Diesel engine and in 2019 the 1000 lb-ft of torque variant was introduced. This engine platform seemed to help keep buyers focused more on the...

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Diesel Cold Start | Trouble Starting Your Diesel Truck?

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Diesel Cold Start | Trouble Starting Your Diesel Truck?

Are you having trouble starting your diesel truck when the temperature drops? There are a lot of factors that can affect the way a diesel engine starts in the cold. The “gelling” of diesel fuel, weak batteries and failed glow plugs are just a few of the things that can cause your truck to have difficulties starting in cold weather. Here is a quick guide...

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6.0L Oil Cooler Relocation Kit | Ford Upgrade

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6.0L 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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