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post #1 of 3 Old 12-07-2007, 07:47 PM Thread Starter
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SPUTTERING/CAUGHING NO POWER

No power in my powerstroke. My 2006, 15,000 6.0 powerstroke is not running good. It seems like it is running out of fuel or starving for fuel. I changed the fuel filters, both of them, they were dirty, but not terrible. It kept getting worse after I changed the filters and I was out doing some business and it finally stopped running and I had to have it towed to the dealership. It is sitting there waiting for the mechanic to diagnose it. HELP, PLEASE, ANDTHING!!!
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When you changed the filters was there any sign of rust? (this is a major problem in International trucks from around this year with this engine) Also to any ford techs or owners does Ford use steel or aluminum tanks?

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no rust just dark dirty looking filters. Might be water, Where is the water drain-off valve, I've heard people talk about some type of water check valve on ford powerstrokes????
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