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Old 01-20-2010, 08:32 PM
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new ford training course for 6.7

man this engine is going to be a beast , two completely diffrent turbo setups one for the pickups and another one for the chasis cab . ureia injection that will idle the truck after a set # of overides . contamination sensors that will idle the truck and reduce power if it detects the wrong stuff.
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What are you talking about?
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hes a tech and this is what he has learned about the truck.
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I want to know more about the 2 different turbos....why, and which one makes the power? If you tell me a CC turbo will make less power I'm going to go piss on Henry Ford's grave.
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well, if the chassis cabs make less power, it's probably for durability. Derated = reliability and longevity

Are the PCM's locked up?
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the pickups ie: 250,350 and some 450s will have the dual vain vgt turbo w/ wastegate , the cc will have a single vain vgt turbo i think it has to due with durablity and tourqe factors incountered with that type of truck .both turbos will have coolant running though them . they look like some mean pictures of enginering . this urea injection looks like it will be a problem though. It will reduce the top speed of the vehicle when the tank emptys out till it will only idle . It will have a select amount of overides but ford won't tell us how many then it must be returned to the dealer to be reset .


the training course is very vauge in lots of stuff I cant tellyou yet if the pcm is locked . There still rewriting the course.
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Old 01-21-2010, 08:08 PM
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the training course is very vauge in lots of stuff I cant tellyou yet if the pcm is locked . There still rewriting the course.
How is it Vauge? All this information is already out in the Diesel Supplement manuals

Bascially, You don't fill the DEF tank, the truck won't run down the road

Pretty cut and dry stuff....
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those manuals havent been released yet .
and yes i know if you dont fill the tank it wont run but try telling the cattle ranche in the middle of montana who cant feed his stock because his 60000 truck doesnt run.
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those manuals havent been released yet .
and yes i know if you dont fill the tank it wont run but try telling the cattle ranche in the middle of montana who cant feed his stock because his 60000 truck doesnt run.
Really? I wonder how I got this then.....

The Cattle Rancher will need to be educated as always and would actually have to SIGN OFF on knowing this information...there is another form for that
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Old 01-22-2010, 05:32 AM
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like you said in the other post about mpg , there is no production trucks on the road .THe pdf you are linking to has not been officaly printed yet and is subject to revision . further the information i'm taliking about didnt come from that book it came from the ford web based traing class us techs have to take to be certified to work i=on these things.I'm not trying to get int a -issing match .
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