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365 factory severe service schedule

Guys,

I'm currently working in the desert overseas and maintain a small fleet of Super Duties; unfortunatly, we have an 05' 365 without a maintenance book and the owners manual is in arabic (export truck) which is overdue for scheduled maintenance. I can't find anything on the web. The truck is used in extremely dusty conditions and rarely travels over 15 mph. The oil and fuel filters are in route; are there any others that Ive missed?

We can't get fluids shipped out here and have no Mercon on hand for trans service
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Here's a link to an online owners manual / diesel supplement / maintence schedule

https://www.flmowner.com/servlet/Con...rd&model=F-250
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I would probably clean the EGR valve every oil change due to all the slow speed driving.
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Oil cooler needs to be done. Another thing you need to look into out there.
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Guys, thanks for the help. 07 Stroker, thanks for the manual. It's different seeing the odo and speedo reading in kilometers. I'll get some pics posted of the door tag.
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My bandwidth out here is very limited and searching for oil cooler and egr cleaning details comes up with nothing. How are these done and are any special chemicals or tools required? We can't get most chemicals out here and the company won't pay for the tools.
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Old 10-18-2010, 08:05 AM
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My bandwidth out here is very limited and searching for oil cooler and egr cleaning details comes up with nothing. How are these done and are any special chemicals or tools required? We can't get most chemicals out here and the company won't pay for the tools.
Cleaning the EGR is not to bad remove the 2 bolts turn run some wire through the holes and make a long loop that a bar and pry up useing the alternator to pry from look here for cleaning
Diesel Technician Society
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Hope this helps
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2 Stroker, thanks for the good info. I'll try to get ahold of the truck tomorrow and check it out.

Gotta love having one of the least reliable, and most maintenance intensive, trucks out here without access to proper chemicals or tools. Low speeds and P-rated tires helped, I guess.
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