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Old 11-12-2007, 06:30 PM
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My boss has an 04 F250 4X4 with 6.0 it blew all the water out and appeared to be mixed with oil lost power and the temp went to the red ,he pulled over and we hauled it to the dealer for waranty.They said the EGR sensor caused the problem.It don't sound right to me,but Idont know much about the 6.0
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tech sounds incompatent(sp). From what I've read that could be a shot oil cooler. If that happened to my truck that is what I would suspect. Tell them to have their "6.0 tech" check out the oil and egr cooler. get them replaced if you can.
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I agree with darsey and it's a common problem. When the oil cooler goes, it takes the EGR cooler with it (that's why you see the oil in your coolant). It's going to take a LONG time to get all the residual oil out of your coolant passages... Make sure they replace them both!
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Thanks, for the replies. He got the truck back last nightand seems to run good.The dealer installed anew oil cooler,egr cooler,radiator all the water hoses,upper ,lower,heater,coolant catch jug,and flushed 5 timeswith simple greenand somthing else the last time, changed oil and filterand reflashed the computer.With them doing all that i feel pretty good about it.
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if I was in arkansas I would wanna know what dealer that was. need more of them around.
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North Point Ford in North Little Rock
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arkansas was nice, drove through there last week on way to SSS
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Thanks, for the replies. He got the truck back last nightand seems to run good.The dealer installed anew oil cooler,egr cooler,radiator all the water hoses,upper ,lower,heater,coolant catch jug,and flushed 5 timeswith simple greenand somthing else the last time, changed oil and filterand reflashed the computer.With them doing all that i feel pretty good about it.
Well this afternoon I got the call broke down again seems to be the same thing again oil in the rad. and not pulling did not get hot stopped for fuel and saw steam . Dealer said bring it back Monday Boss said not again,when repaired again it will be replaced with a d max
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Wow. Sounds like there was some residue (or casting sand) in the coolant that clogged the oil cooler and caused it to go out again. Sorry about the bad luck.
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