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Front Cover Water Pump Damage

I have been going through a new to me 2006 F250 6.0 diesel. 120K miles. Had many small issues which I am correcting but yesterday I pulled the water pump and was greeted with the view in the picture attached. My guess is that this front cover is toast. Do you agree? Hopefully my attempt at posting the picture works.



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Doesn't look like the additive that the green coolant needs was kept up with

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Not quite toast, but definitely damaged -- that is where a water filter would have been good
they filter out the small particles that basically sand blast the housing

I have the XDP bypass filter on mine -- catches smaller particles
some will argue for full flow, but by their name they have to filter a larger particle size

In my defense, I was unsupervised
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As much as it pains me to think about it, I will have to replace this. I am hoping to keep this truck a long time. I guess I will look up Diesel Tech Ron videos and start studying.
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