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post #1 of 3 Old 01-07-2012, 11:28 AM Thread Starter Fanatic
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Now I have coolant leaking under the pass. Side by th

Will this truck ever run w out a new prob every week? I have spent 4500$ since I bought it 2 months ago. That puts me at 17000 in the truck and now it runs like sh!t and is leaking coolant. I had a egr delete done 2 weeks ago and now this. My 7.3 never gave me this much hell.

04 f350 cc,sb 4x4, scangauge, egr delete, new turbo, 08 oil cooler, Schaffer's 5w40 synth oil, 4" exhaust, s&b intake, arp studs sct matts 280,xxx miles cooper st/maxx

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JMO but if you spent $4500 on the mods in your sig, you got shafted. The mods in my sig cost about the same. And about the 7.3l, they where great motors all you had to do was change oil and filters every year or so and it was good . The 6.0 is not like that however. If it is running like crap I would start with checking the FICM and Fuel PSI. They are great motors you just have to be anal about upkeep and fix all the International/Ford blunders with it.

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If its just a coolant leak, check the hose connections on your egr delete. Use two clamps on the "J" pipe side as a minimum (if hose clamps are used).
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