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BG Products Oil Flush Service

Has anyone heard of bgproducts.com?, specifically their oil flush system, here's the link (scroll down to the BG PF12) - BG Products, Inc.

I talked to the sales rep here in Dallas and he told me about a guy that contacted him who was told by the Dodge service dept that he needed to replace 5 of the 8 injectors on his cummings; he did the BG PF12 oil flush and didn't end up replacing any of the injectors.
The flush cost him $150 instead of spending $3k+ replacing the injectors.

I'm seriously considering doing this on my '06 6.0. Former owner of my truck turns out owned a construction company and so he let the truck idle for hours on end at construction site which led me to replace injector #5, a glow plug, and have the turbo, egr cooler and enginer cooler cleaned out by the Ford house. Sounds like I could've save some serious money with this BG PF12 oil flush.

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I believe the link you posted is fr the carbon cleaning process......the OP was refering to an oil flushing process. If this the case then I would also be considering doing this to my truck aswell. If you end up doing this to your truck let us know how it goes and give us the details.....Im sure Im not the only person on here that would like to see the results of this procedure

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The oil flush machine we had at dealer back flushed system by hooking to oil filter and flushed in reverse. Had f-150 done cleanest oil ive seen. However if you have leaks in your engine it seemed to cause leaks to be much worse. It does clean out sludge for those individuals who never changed their oil.

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I believe the link you posted is fr the carbon cleaning process......the OP was refering to an oil flushing process. If this the case then I would also be considering doing this to my truck aswell. If you end up doing this to your truck let us know how it goes and give us the details.....Im sure Im not the only person on here that would like to see the results of this procedure
I'm definitely going to do it when I hit 4500 miles from last oil change .... about half way there. I'll will give yall feedback after I do it.
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I'm definitely going to do it when I hit 4500 miles from last oil change .... about half way there. I'll will give yall feedback after I do it.
So are you taking it to a shop to do the procedure? What is the procedure called?

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The flush is performed at participating Ford houses.

It's called BG PF12.

Here's the link to read about it on BG Product's website:

BG Products, Inc.

You contact the company and they will give you a Sales Rep to contact to help you find a local Ford house where you can get this service performed.

Also, check this link of BP Products ... goes into a little more detail about the services they can do:
http://www.bgfindashop.com/locator/index.php

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