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Old 10-10-2012, 12:30 PM
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ERRRRRRRR!!!!!! 2006 6.0 toast

Well,

Was blowing small amounts of fluid from degas,took it in to Drew Ford (horrible service)

And got back 3 pages of balh blah blah

PVT fail (head Gaskets)
Injectors 1.3.4.6
Fuel pres 50 psi (i did blue Sping)

well all said and done there quote is $7K

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! only has 90,000 miles on it POS
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All problems caused by a busted egr cooler...
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So you trust some person that you specifically said has horrible service... My Bet would go to they are trying to screw you!!!!


#1. The quote is TOO HIGH
#2. WHAT EXACTLY is wrong with the injectors
#3. Figure out FP by yourself... 50 psi is not bad and can be driven on!
#4. You will do yourself a HUGE favor if you take it out of that shop ASAP and take it to a shop that specializes in the 6.0 diesel.!!!


You could just have a leaking EGR cooler ($200-300) and they want to bend you over
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All problems caused by a busted egr cooler...


How exactly are FP and injector problems Caused by EGR cooler failures?
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Old 10-10-2012, 12:39 PM
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All problems caused by a busted egr cooler...
I will be pulling EGR cooler and welding both ends up will take care of that along with new oil cooler.

I have the tools and place so easy to do........heee heee
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How exactly are FP and injector problems Caused by EGR cooler failures?
They aren't. Oops.

But I seriously doubt he has 4 bad injectors.
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I will be pulling EGR cooler and welding both ends up will take care of that along with new oil cooler.

I have the tools and place so easy to do........heee heee
Was there any issues besides puking?
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They aren't. Oops.

But I seriously doubt he has 4 bad injectors.
I doubt I do

While everything is opened up I will be replacing all glow plugs and new harenss on both sides, preventitive maint
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Was there any issues besides puking?
Low power gave codes of

P0671

P115A
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I doubt I do

While everything is opened up I will be replacing all glow plugs and new harenss on both sides, preventitive maint


Glow plugs rarely need to be changed on the 6.0 trucks... ESPECIALLY with only 90k miles!!!
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