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both the oil pumps on the 6.0 are mechanical, where would be no way to "reprogram" the PCM to run these pumps. Either your friend was mistaken, or the dealer was blowing smoke.... The best think to prevent "oil coking" on the turbo bearings is to let your truck cool down for at least one minute before shutdown. The exhaust temp should be less than 400 degrees. If you don't have a EGT guage, or a remote "turbo timer" then the easiest, but less convenient thing to do is just let the truck idle for at least one minute, and sometimes up to 2 if you have been driving it hard, then shut it down.
07 F350 King Ranch. SCT by Innovative!!
4" Magnaflow Turboback, Coolant Fiter System, ARP Studs, Sneaky Pipe by Elite Diesel.