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post #1 of 7 Old 02-18-2008, 04:20 PM Thread Starter
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Reman 6.0 in 06 F-350

A friend of just mine picked up an 06 F-350 with 34k on it. I was changing his oil today and noticed how clean the engine was, so I looked closer and found a big green "Remanufactured Engine" sticker on the valve cover. I ran an Oasis for him a couple weeks ago, and it said nothing about the engine being replaced.

It looks like everything is new. The radiator, boost and CAC tubes, intercooler, etc. all are super clean and appear to have been replaced. He's really worried about his truck being a problem truck now and was thinking about trading it in, but I don't think it's a really big deal. I think the engine was replaced at the last service at 27k from reading some of the items on the Oasis, so he actually got an 06 with just a few thousand miles on it which is a pretty good deal in my book.

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I agree, If its a reman its a fresh rebuild. Did he get any kind of warranty with it? I'd run with it.

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should have the factory warranty if he bought it that way.

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Go by what ever the oasis says. As long as he is warrantied don't sweat it. You can get an engine looking new with a steam clean very easy. Also some simple green and a hose work well too.

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The truck has a clear title, so it should have manufacturer warranty left. The Oasis I got was incomplete. It obviously had more pages that whoever pulled it didn't get. I posted in the members' forum for a new one, but that usually takes a week or so, so I won't know for sure until then.

This is the only service related info on the Oasis:

10/25/2007

DEALER: Grand Prairie Ford
WARRANTY CLAIM NUMBER: 226662 ODOMETER: 027057M
PART NUMBER PART DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
LABOR OP
CONDITION CODE
CONDITION DESC
5C3Z 6006BARM ENGINE ASSY/BARE 001 6005E 42 DOES NOT OPERATE PROPERLY
4C3Z 9P456AF COOLER - EGR 001 6005E6
3C3Z 6C755AA KIT-TUB OIL FLTR 001 6005E7
4C2Z 12A690AB WIRING ASY EC SENSOR 001 6005E2
5C3Z 12A690A WIRING ASY EC SENSOR 001 6005E3
3C3Z 8575AA THERMOSTAT 001 6005E4
3C3Z 6731AA ELEMENT ASY OIL FILT 001 6005E45
XO 15W40QSD 015 6600B
VC 7B 002 6007E
000 6007A
000 6007A34
000 8005D
27057 6006 42 INSPECT FOR CRANK NO START CONCERN. FOLLOW DIAG SHEET ALL PRE CHECKS OK. VISUAL INSPECTION OF EXHAUST AND INTAKE OK. FUEL PRESSURE 55 PS I KOEO TEST P2284 CMDTC P2284. PID DATA MONITER TEST ICP 0 PSI AND .24V. BA SE OIL PRESSURE TEST PINPOINT TEST AO FOR DTC P2284 0 PSI. REMOVE OIL FILT ER TO INSPECT FOUND FACTORY OIL FILTER. FOUND OIL FILTER STAND PIPE AND CHE
Click Here for Full Warranty History
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As you can see, the Oasis appears truncated. It must have more on the next page that I don't have. From the parts mentioned here, I'm thinking maybe the EGR cooler failed and caused a catastrophic loss of coolant and it overheated??? It has to be rare to have an engine replaced in a truck with less than 30k, though.


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I'd keep it. He basically bought a brand new 06.

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My 04 that I just bought had an engine installed at 64K. Had a EGR cooler pop on it. Has been great since I have owned it. JJ

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