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post #1 of 11 Old 05-07-2014, 03:14 PM Thread Starter
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Radiator?

I've heard of radiators going out...is it at where tank crimps to side?


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yes that's where mine was leaking

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Ya FORD has had this issue since the 6.0's (not sure about the 7.3) But this is the kinda thing that you would think they could take care of.

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Ya FORD has had this issue since the 6.0's (not sure about the 7.3) But this is the kinda thing that you would think they could take care of.
I thought this started with the 6.4s? I've been on the 6.0 forums for years and don't recall reading about the seams leaking like the 6.4s and 6.7s.

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6.0 rads are normal in their performance.
6.4/6.7 are failing far to often.
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Yup the 6.0's are in the same boat with you.

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It was radiator. Replaced at 35000 miles




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900 $ radiator. Ive done so many I can get it done in less than 2 hours. I know a guy that has put 5 radiators in a 6.4 with less than 100k miles...
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I thought this started with the 6.4s? I've been on the 6.0 forums for years and don't recall reading about the seams leaking like the 6.4s and 6.7s.
your correct

6.0's aren't a high failure issue like the 6.4

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