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Old 09-20-2019, 11:21 PM   #21
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I think you should prep by removing the turbo yourself, cleaning it and putting it back on. This will most likely get rid of the code and get you used to understanding the 6.0. It's really not a bad engine, and that turbo just takes a little bit of patience.

If you don't do your own maintenance. I recommend you prep by having someone flush the coolant (remove the motorcraft coolant), clean the turbo, change your oil to a synthetic (rotella t6), and get some additive to take with you for the fuel. Because you have such low miles, there are certain things that will most likely not fail, but you have to use quality fluids to keep the engine healthy.

I do like the BPD idea if you have the extra cash.:

FYI. I have 3 6.0's. one is an RV, one a daily driver, and the other the short trip sportsmobile

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