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Old 06-02-2013, 05:58 PM
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Hey guy's, i have a 2011 F250 crew cab with the 6.7 and went to the boat ramp yesterday morning and as i jusmped out to get ready to launch my boat I noticed my truck shaking a little. I didn't see any lights or anything on the dash so didn't think much about it. Then when I pulled my boat out and started home I noticed it getting worst........then I heard this awfull knocking sound and the truck quit. I checked the oil and hardly had any oil on the stick after just having it changed a couple weeks ago...I had it towed to the local dealer and I don't have a clue what to expect.......any ideas?
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Old 06-02-2013, 06:29 PM
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There was someone on here a couple days ago who crushed his oil filter and if drained his oil, he turned his truck off but I guess these trucks are stupid sensitive to oil pressure he is going to have a new motor out in because of it mostly because ford doesn't recommend rebuilds..... and his warranty didn't cover it because he "ran" it out of oil. Hope it doesn't happen to you as well

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These 6.7 rod bearings are sensitive and delicate. From the information we have studied its the bearings spinning and then the rods break.
I would make sure the truck is full of oil and any leaks from "crushed" components are repaired before the truck hits the dealer floor.
Than just let the techs fix the truck.
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Old 06-04-2013, 02:31 AM
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talked to the dealer yesterday and the lady say's they will have to tear down the motor. she said uh..i will call you in a couple days....also warned me that Ford looks for a reason to blame someone else for the engine failure.......my wife says this makes 2 F250 trucks and both left me beside the road waiting for a tow.....she said i can't have another one...LOL
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subbed, this should be good
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Ditto
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So 2 f250s leave you stranded, and your user name is luvmy250. And the dealership is telling you Ford blames other people for their engine failures. Not to mention you have 2 posts.....OK
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So 2 f250s leave you stranded, and your user name is luvmy250. And the dealership is telling you Ford blames other people for their engine failures. Not to mention you have 2 posts.....OK

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These 6.7 rod bearings are sensitive and delicate. From the information we have studied its the bearings spinning and then the rods break.
I would make sure the truck is full of oil and any leaks from "crushed" components are repaired before the truck hits the dealer floor.
Than just let the techs fix the truck.
This. Also why does ford not recommend rebuilds?
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Old 06-04-2013, 06:32 AM
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Mine did the same thing a couple of weeks ago. It started shaking bad going down the road and was making a terrible noise. Then it shut off and had oil all over the front of the motor. Took it to ford and it had broke the crank in half. I had to have a new motor and turbo. Labor parts cost me $11,201.33. I didn't have a warranty so I ate the cost.


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