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I have been having problems with my 2008 F250 6.4 L Diesel. Two radiators so far, and now, one day after the second radiator was installed, this past Saturday, June 2, 2012, I had 2 quarts of oil in my radiator.
The Turbo discharge hose blew off 3 times right after the radiator was installed. Cleaned and washed it and drove it 150 miles before the oil in radiator problem was noticed.
Went by my dealer and they told me that it was either the EGR Cooler or the Oil Cooler. I may be wrong, but the EGR Cooler does not have oil going through it or does it?
Is there anything else other than the Oil Cooler that can leak oil into the coolant system?
Dealer told me it could cost between $900.00 and $2500.00, depending on what was wrong, So I am a little concerned about what they said about the EGR Cooler leaking oil in the radiator. Is this possible?
Motor not under warranty. I heard Ford increased the warranty to 100,000 miles and 5 years from problems with the radiator. Do you know if this is true. One dealer told me "NO". Have had to replace the radiator twice.
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