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Old 02-28-2020, 01:25 PM
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Well what the ****? Give them your number and do it on the side.
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Old 02-29-2020, 05:31 AM
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I have a 2011 with 160k and a 2014 with 170k. I have been adding Wal-Mart 2 stroke oil in 85% of my fill ups since new. (Actually starting at 40k on the 11). 1/2 gallon on the 32 gallon tank (14) and 1/3 gallon on the 11 with the small tank 23 gallon or so. No fuel system or *** issues as of yet!



You are adding WAY to much oil. I did my own "fuel additive" research....2 stoke sucks in a 6.7L...especially when you track MPGs.


There's other ways to add lubricity to the fuel.
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Old 02-29-2020, 10:37 PM
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Well what the ****? Give them your number and do it on the side.
They make some questionable decisions sometimes lol. It really was a courtesy thing. I thought about it, but don't have the space to do so in an apartment with very limited parking. Once I have a house it'll be a different story.
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So I use Valero mainly, teat my fuel, and Ford has maintained the truck from day one. 2015 F250 108k on the odometer and my CP4 is finished. I did not know about the issues with the CP4 and ford warranty acted like they would cover it according to the service writer. They found rust a and said not.going to happen. I had the trucked towed to the house because I am.all but done with Ford. Called my insurance company and they sent my fuel off twice with different samples and both times no water was found in the fuel. So truck will sit till I take it to PSE in houston for repairs. Truck has never been abused and always serviced so I guess **** happens.

That being said the disaster kit will be installed on the truck as well.

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Old 03-08-2020, 08:00 AM
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Yup. Just quoted out another on Friday. $10,500...


I have a feeling I'm going to own more 6.7 trucks than I have 6.0s due to customer no fixes. In a few years nobody's going to be fixing 2013 trucks
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Old 03-08-2020, 08:55 AM
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So if one were so inclined to just swap out the HPFP before the issues started, how much would you charge for that work??
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Old 03-08-2020, 11:07 AM
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Isn't book hour like 6 hours?

If I had one of these piles I'd install a new pump, the bypass kit, and also a fass fuel system. The air that can come from these stock lift pumps is horrific. We clear lined the feed after the lift pump and every time you key on it gets a surge of air. Also with the dozens of failures I've seen, only a few had apparent signs6of contamination. Rest had clean fuel, I mean they may have ran low or gelled, but usually you can't tell. So that leads me to believe it's air. Both from services and the natural air the pump produces on start up.
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That's an interesting thought there. I agree with the FASS as well the stock water separator is junk. I never changed anything in case I needed to use that expensive warranty. After this I see how I will be treated by Ford I am over it.

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Old 03-08-2020, 03:22 PM
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Ford knows what their doing. They did it with the 6.4 and their doing it with the 6.7.
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Old 03-09-2020, 07:09 AM
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I've been wanting to do some fuel system mods. Just not ready to go at it right now. I have long considered adding on a sump, pusher pump (AirDog, FASS), then swap in a new HPFP.



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