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Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: New Brunswick, Canada
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What I found is that the ELC Coolant will get the goo out of your truck without to hard a flush anyway. I never cleaned my tank and hose after I flushed out the Ford Crap and now everything is clean with no goo anywhere. I think the ELC absorb all the goo and it is has been fine. I wished I had an EOT temperature reading before I put in the flush stuff so to see if my oil cooler plugged before the flush or during the flush because there was a scary amount of dirt that was flushed out.
I would change the coolers after flushing so as not to take a chance to plug the new stuff.
I would stay away from any Ford Service center because you only end up having troubles with no warranty to turn to. Its your truck and do what is best for you, and stay away from the cash cows, like I did for the last 3 diesel trucks I owned.
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2005, 6.0L, 6 Spd Std, 3.73 Rear End, F250SD, Extended Cab, 4 x 4 Long Bed. 2008 extension mirrors. GPS/TV/DVD/CD/Rear Cam/Radio installed, Max Energy programer by Hypertech, and Fuel Pressure Gauge. ScanGaugeII for 60 plus XGauges, and MPG. ELC Cat EC-1 Coolant, Pull a 39ft 15500Lbs 5th Wheel Camper Trailer. Mileage Avg is 20MPG, and pulling 12.6MPG.