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Old 06-04-2012, 07:37 AM
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So i towed a 7000# camper this weekend and used 6 gal of water and coolant (6 total) in my 2004 F-350 it overheated once when i was parking i cant find a leak anywhere (guessing gaskets are bad) i have a god awful humm in the front drivers side followed by a clunk when i stopped(trailer breaks arent so good never really adjusted them) and a clunk when i began to go again pluse i noticed when i crawl under and grab the driveshaft for the rear i can turn it about 1/8 of a turn (i'm gussing this is where my clunk comes from when the truck shifts) I tired of pumpin $$$$ in this butt i love my diesel any ideas what all could be wrong? i really wnt to fix it but right now i want to give up.
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Old 06-04-2012, 07:46 AM
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Did you check your carrier bearing for your drive shaft problem
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Old 06-04-2012, 07:47 AM
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Time for studs and OEM Ford gaskets
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You are burning coolant. Likely a leaking EGR cooler or head gaskets or combination of the two.
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i replaced the cooler when i bought it 8k mi ago(shoulda deleted it) not sure about the carrier bearing idk exactly how to do that.
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Yeah using 6 gallons of coolant I will bet your HG are shot even if they weren't before

ARP head studs, OEM Head Gaskets, and an Egr DELETE or BPD egr cooler
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Old 06-04-2012, 08:32 AM
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i was looking at PMM's kit with the delete, studs, oem gaskets, stock oil cooler and a coolant filter

6.0L Ford Powerstroke 6.0 Complete Total Solution w/ ARP Head Studs, Onyx Black Head Gaskets, EGR Delete Kit, and OEM Oil Cooler # 60L-TS - Performance Machine & MFG.


i just hate to spend more money on this thing but i also dred a gas 5.4 V8. i still owe 11k on this truck and dont have any money left in the bank its already drained plus the old lady wants "the ring" and thats $1500
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i replaced the cooler when i bought it 8k mi ago(shoulda deleted it) not sure about the carrier bearing idk exactly how to do that.
You already said you had slack in the driveline, it's your uv joint (s). uv and carrier are expensive and a pita. Dont buy moog parts.

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You already said you had slack in the driveline, it's your uv joint (s). uv and carrier are expensive and a pita. Dont buy moog parts.

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alright I'm not good on this new slang lol what is MOOG?
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i just hate to spend more money on this thing but i also dred a gas 5.4 V8. i still owe 11k on this truck and dont have any money left in the bank its already drained plus the old lady wants "the ring" and thats $1500[/QUOTE]

If it makes ya feel better, my truck has been sitting since november waiting on an injector, oil cooler, egr delete. Needless to say, i'm broke.



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