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I will PM you where to take your truck. You don't have to go far. The tech at the dealership used to be a moderator and "tech" on this site but as since moved on. Yea the block needs to be flushed in every 6.0....even the 6.4 come with casting sand. I messed up and did not do a restore flush before my studs. But I don't remember in 2009 if people knew about restore and restore+ flushes. My deltas were 30* difference and I got a new oil cooler in the summer of 2009. It will have to be replaced after you flush. If it's had the "coolant changed" 3 times then I'm guessing it was just a dealer version of a flush which more than likely will just clog the oil cooler when they do it. I had the dealer do a flush about a year before I got the studs done and I personally think that is why my deltas were 30* difference. Restore and restore+ flush, studs, coolant filter and egr delete and IMO that is pretty bulletproof.
2003 centennial edition f250 4x4 ccsb auto w/blackwater long block w/arp's, 4" exhaust, airaid intake, ODawg's manifold, itp's reg return, sap modified solenoid, DC power 185amp alt, motorcraft 850cca, Warn Hubs, RS 55w 6k hid's, harley headlights, bpd 58v 6 phase, bpd water pump, dieselsite coolant filter, elc coolant, php gryphon, Xcal2 w/unlimited tow, new hfcm, glowshift fuel psi gauge, icon level kit, 20" kmc hoss, 305/55 terra grapplers TOTALED
Last edited by DoubleDpsd; 02-17-2012 at 01:27 PM.