Hi everyone, this is the first time I have ever posted on anything so don't get mad at me if I make a forum faux pas. Anyway, I have an 07 f350 Harley Davidson 6.0 diesel. I love the truck, very reliable it has 160,000. Once upon a time my truck ran great then one day it didn't. Immediately I knew there was a problem by the loping idle, cab shaking and lack of throttle response. That last fateful trip (all of 15 miles round trip) it died 4 times on the way back. After sitting for 5-10 min she would start but still the cab shaking, no power, etc. I pu the scan tool on when I got home and it said low voltage (for all 8 injectors). so I did a little research and thought it must be the FICM. Easy fix, I pulled it shipped it off and when I put back in....same problem. I pulled the egr a little dry black soot, cleaned it up, put back....ran better for 5-7 minutes then back to no throttle response, cab shaking, etc. my truck doesn't smoke, leak anything or smell weird. I did put heet for diesels in the tank and change both fuel filters. I noticed last time I was staring at the engine hoping to telepathically communicate with the truck for a diagnosis, I saw quite a bit of oil around the induction tube to the turbo and on the intake underneath. There are a lot of people I've seen here with similar problems but I never see the definative answer and solution to the issue. I'm struggling with money and I know the dealer will hose me just for walking in the door. I don't have thousands to spend even if I wanted to. If anyone has some insight as to how I should proceed I'd appreciate the help. Can u post video on this forum? If I can I will post a video of the truck. When it starts and I just let it idle it will eventually (15-20 min) just chug itself to death and die. When it's on the road everytime the idle comes down( like at a stoplight) it will chug and die with essentially no throttle response even to the floor. I'm in Tacoma, WA and possibly looking into joining a class action against ford or starting a class action suit locally.