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what all is in the 6.0 intake gasket kit?

Does it include orings for the fuel lines at the secondary fuel filter?

someone have a list of what each o-ring is?
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no it does not include o-rings for the fuel housing. you will need to get them seperatly. there are 2 differant intake gasket kits, one with turbo mounting hardware and one with egr cooler hardware. what job you are doing will determine what kit you will need to get.
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Mine has the EGR gaskets and I believe also has the turbo bolts in it. Doing and EGR and Oil Cooler replacement among other things.

So for the Fuel lines is it the fuel bowl gasket kit? Think the dealer said around $43 for it...
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If you are doing EGR and oil cooler replacement, you will need part numbers 4C3Z-9P456-AF which includes the intake gaskets and turbo mounting hardware, 3C3Z-6A642-CA which is the oil cooler KIT that includes all gaskets and o-rings needed to transfer the top cover (or 3C3Z-6A642-AA for the entire assembly with a new top cover), 3C3Z-6C683-AB is the screen under the oil cooler. If you want the fuel line o-ring kit, the part number is 3C3Z-9T517-AE for a new regulator assembly with all the orings. Other than coolant and engine oil (with a new filter of course), you shouldn't need anything else.


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If you are doing EGR and oil cooler replacement, you will need part numbers 4C3Z-9P456-AF which includes the intake gaskets and turbo mounting hardware, 3C3Z-6A642-CA which is the oil cooler KIT that includes all gaskets and o-rings needed to transfer the top cover (or 3C3Z-6A642-AA for the entire assembly with a new top cover), 3C3Z-6C683-AB is the screen under the oil cooler. If you want the fuel line o-ring kit, the part number is 3C3Z-9T517-AE for a new regulator assembly with all the orings. Other than coolant and engine oil (with a new filter of course), you shouldn't need anything else.

Excellent notes. Thanks for the assistance and this will be a good note for someone else who needs to grab all the gaskets. I was able to figure out the last one with the ford parts guy late yesterday and just about have everything back together now. Dropped a retaining clip for one of the injector plugs so have to track one of them down and then will throw the alternator in, finish a coolant flush and call it finished hopefully.
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If you are doing EGR and oil cooler replacement, you will need part numbers 4C3Z-9P456-AF which includes the intake gaskets and turbo mounting hardware, 3C3Z-6A642-CA which is the oil cooler KIT that includes all gaskets and o-rings needed to transfer the top cover (or 3C3Z-6A642-AA for the entire assembly with a new top cover), 3C3Z-6C683-AB is the screen under the oil cooler. If you want the fuel line o-ring kit, the part number is 3C3Z-9T517-AE for a new regulator assembly with all the orings. Other than coolant and engine oil (with a new filter of course), you shouldn't need anything else.

I am getting ready for a oil cooler replacement and a RCD EGR delete install. Do I need the fuel line O ring kit that you mentioned above? Is there a Ford part number just for the turbo hardware kit? I was thinking about using a aftermarket intake gaskets.

Thanks for the info you are a great help.


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help

I am in the same boat as the guy above, i am doing a RCD EGR delete.. buddy told me if i am planning to do the oil cooler as well (HIGHLY recommends) so i am. I have the Oil cooler kit with gaskets... i have the EGR delete kit, what do i need for the gaskets?? i found:

3C3Z-9T514-AD for my turbo to be reinstalled

FO3C3Z-9439-AA which are just the intake port gaskets... do i need any other gaskets??

I dont want to get into this and stop because i am lacking a gasket or something.

Thanks for the help guys!
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