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One of the fears with each oil change is the dreaded "typewriter noise" that the 6.7 can develop after an oil change for no apparent reason. If you aren't familiar with it just do a search and you'll find many threads regarding it. It's harmless to your engine, a real aggravation if you don't like added noises.
Personally, I left my break-in oil in a little long and changed it at 4,000 miles hoping it would help avoid the typewriter noise (it didn't). The next oil change at 7K. I change every 3K.
2002 F250 ECLB, XLT, 7.3 PSD, 4X4, Auto, TW 6pos. Tuner, 42,000 original miles, 4" Diamond Eye Stainless Exhaust with 2 mufflers, Britebox, EZ Down tailgate assist, Rear Air Bags, 6.0 trans cooler, Wicked Wheel 2, Corey's HPX, Dieselsite Water pump w/built-in filter, 203 degree thermostat, Max A/C assist valve, Oil drain valve, Non EBV pedestal & Flange, S.S. bellowed up pipes, Dieselsite Lifetime Rad. hoses & Intercooler hoses,
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