Right now you can start the truck but one cylinder shows 35% compression loss. A boroscope is about to go take a look...
Just curious, if I do in fact have blown motor on a 2008 F-350 KR, which route would you take?
Get a crate from Ford to have the 2 year/unlimited warranty?
Rebuild my current block and add "x" parts?
I have a third party warranty but was told that if it was an injector that caused it it would not be covered. If it is a piston, what else could cause it if not an injector?
A little history from another post I started 2-3 weeks ago...
"(2008 F350 KR) I was driving to work this morning and I started feeling some vibration like I had a flat. I pulled over to check and noticed a puff of smoke from the tail pipe. Tires looked fine so I got back in the car and noticed a definite misfire.
When I left this morning I thought the truck sounded just a tad rough but it drove fine while I dropped off the kids. I then filled up (could be bad diesel?) and set out on my 42 mile trip to work. About 8 miles into it is when the truck started shaking.
I do not have any check any lights and there was no overheating but there is definitely some kind of misfire going on.
I just put a scanner on it and I'm getting a P0302, Cylinder 2 misfire."