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Foot throttle. The spring is too soft. How do I stiffen the spring? I know its a drive by wire system and the mechanism is enclosed.

What oil do I use in the steering, and transfer case?

How many Quarts of coolant in the system?

What kind of mods can I do to the truck to make it run cooler? not meth. something I can fab up in my dads workshop.

And what are the different types of oil weights I can run.


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45 ppl have looked at this thread and no one can answer any of these.....???? not one????

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I know nothing about the 6.0... so instead of bad advice, heres a bump for ya.

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Might have a look in the 6.0 forums

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a lot of guys like to run 5w40 syn, I have read ford dealers putting in 10w40 and as always 15w40, as long as its a CJ-4 oil your fine.
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