Steve, that van is an awesome family van! Has the advantage that it can fit more people and toys. As my kids are getting older, they now are relegated to the tent and often fight in the back.
Interestingly, after my first consult DFI Performance in Scappoose, OR I filled up at Fred Meyer and on a 1200 ft climb up Old Germantown Road the engine started running rough and got a #3 injector (?failure). Unfortunately the mechanic had a health issue. Consulted NW Powerstroke and they insisted on the Air-Oil Cooler. Which prompted my posting here. Yesterday I visited http://musicarnw.com/
for some stereo, laser jammer, and other work, which BTW I highly recommend to anyone in this area (Oregon, Southern Washington). After that visit I received phone call from FleetserviceNW in Hubbard, OR. Really enjoyed the conversation and had a good feeling about the guy. Very knowledgeable. Immediately got on I-5 South from downtown and climbing the Tellwiligar curves and the van lost power and died!
So I towed it to Hubbard and will post the results in the next few weeks. No new unusual error codes, other than injector #2. Old common ones are the turbo underboost and fuel circuit high. The oil sign came on in the dash and the mechanic believes the HPOP fitting blew. He believes Ford placed an older version 6.0 left over into the 2010 van.
This could not have been a more perfect time and smooth transition.
Given the Aluminess bumper and front winch. I will likely just update the oil-coolent exchange.