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Old 05-14-2014, 07:01 AM
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Glad to be here, I am a new owner of a F350 FX4 Lariat 2006 6.0, sounds like its a pretty solid truck as long as I address some minor issues before the become major issues. I have owned my truck for 30 days and noticed my bed plate seal is leaking. I was a able to get my extended warrantee to lay for the repaire and established a good repore with the mechanic thats going to do the repair. The reason why I am excited is because. Since the motor the cab and motor will be off and out, i will be a le to address the EGR, oil cooler install ARP head steads. Going to upgrade the front radiator and intercooler, having them upgrade the fuel regulator to the blue spring (since that was leaking) getting turbo serviced, switching all the fluids over to Amsoil, and going to ask them to service the differentials and transfer case and have purchased the 2008 trany pan and upgraded transmission fluid filter. The truck only has 61,000 miles on it and I hope by doing all this NOW vs when things start to burn up this thing will servd me well for a long time! ANY suggestions you may have to add tk the list PLEASE let me now know so I can have it addressed....this is my first Ford diesel and HAVE NO CLUE about this thing yet.... At any rate take care and I am glad to be here....
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Old 05-14-2014, 07:10 AM
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Welcome to the .org, when you say address the EGR do you mean delete it or BPD's cooler?
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Old 05-14-2014, 07:20 AM
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I have to have the cooler because of California emmisions...I woukd rather delete the dam thing...But to answer ykur question its the BPD EGR cooler
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