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  1. F2506L2004
    10-31-2014 01:02 AM - permalink
    Thanks for your response. I guess my real question is....How hot can my EOT and ECT get ( I understand the 15 * delta difference) and still be safe?
  2. F2506L2004
    10-30-2014 02:02 PM - permalink
    You referred me some time ago to Spartan of Dallas for studs, oil cooler, etc. I spoke to you over the phone a few times. My problem ( if there is one) is my truck under tow (27' 5th wheel) appears to be getting hot. I have an Autoenginuity scanner. Oil temp 215 and Coolant 210. Normail w/o tow is 147 range. I want to tow to Tenn in 3 weeks. Do I have a problem? BTW --new trans fluid/filter, new oil Rottela & filter. New diesel fluid filters. A coolant (Rolttela) fluid/filter. 2004 F250 6L Lariat psd 200k miles. Call me if you prefer 214-850-3282 Stanley. Thanks
  3. 2004_6.0 powerstroke
    10-23-2014 10:37 PM - permalink
    2004_6.0 powerstroke
    Data seems good:

    icp v koeo .2
    icp actual when it happens is 1000 or more
    fuel pressure is 50 + when happens (blue spring kit)
    ficm v 47.5 and higher
    ipr % running 26% hot or cold
    ipr % cranking 50% when having problem
    oil filter and cap - oem
    fuel filters - oem
    Batteries test good
    New starter

    Video of truck starting and dying:

    sorry for another post but it wouldn't all fit and the data is important.
  4. 2004_6.0 powerstroke
    10-22-2014 08:26 PM - permalink
    2004_6.0 powerstroke
    Hey cheezit, i seen some of your post where you helped someone diagnose their 6.0 powerstroke problem. you seem like you really know your stuff and was wondering if you could help me out with my 2004 6.0 powerstroke. Truck seems to have a particular problem that I haven't been able to find any where else. I have looked and researched and wrenched on the truck for the last 6 months trying to fix it and just can't find anything. The truck will start fine cold, and has trouble hot. This isn't a normal no start hot or anything like that. One of three things will happen trying to start the truck hot. 1. It will fire and die instantly. 2. It will start and turn 200 rpms and slowly work its way up to idle speed. 3. I will hold the key over until it has enough rpms to stay running. There is no smoke out the tail pipe.
  5. jmaustin723
    09-16-2014 02:40 PM - permalink
    Saw your post from earlier this year in response to someone needing a 6.4L Powerstroke. According to dealer, mine is shot at 100,662 miles. Anything you can suggest would help a ton. Thanks
  6. dunterhead
    05-27-2014 10:15 PM - permalink
    I was looking for info on a bad head gasket test, and saw where a fellow on U-Tube tested for HC in the Coolant Bottle opening at the cap with the wand they put in a tailpipe to test HC. I took my truck (new to me 2004 psd 6L) and had the test done the same way. Normal readings out the exhaust is about 20-25. My Coolant Bottle read 49. The reading for U-Tube test was indeed a bad gasket with 1200+. Is this a valid test and I'm assuming mine is good at 49. I am concerned that I would have any reading at all. Should I be? Thanks in advance.
  7. dunterhead
    05-27-2014 07:13 PM - permalink
    We can barter if you like. What are your hobbies, etc.? I have golf and fishing gear. I do some woodworking in my garage. I am pretty handy with my hands. I have worked on my cars my whole life. I make a pretty good helper. I am told I am pleasant to be around. I am sorry to hear that your talents have left the diesel game. I am also grateful your on the Forum and helping these guys, just for the joy of being helpful. I am retired of and have a lot of time on my hands. No grandkids. And that is sad.
  8. dunterhead
    05-27-2014 11:13 AM - permalink
    I thought you were a young fellow. I am 70. Is there anyone in this area that you would recommend? I enjoy tinkering with the truck; but I might have something come up that I can't handle. I enjoy your posts a great deal. Hope you stay in good health. I feel that there are many fans of yours out there.
  9. dannyboy950
    05-27-2014 10:02 AM - permalink
    Have you heard from m-chan lately, I been missing seeing his posts.
    Hope it is not health issues.
  10. dunterhead
    05-25-2014 06:46 PM - permalink
    I live in Arlington and I have been looking for you. I understand from your posts, etc. that your are a first rate F250 6L Tech. How can I get you to look at my 2004 F250 6L w 190K miles on it when I need to. Takes for all the help you given me on this Forum.

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  • About cheezit
    17 years as a ford tech also a Senior Master as well as ASE mater and L1
    N. Fort Worth, tx
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    Current Mileage
    50,000 - 74,999
    Miles per year
    Rather not say
  • Signature
    Former Ford Senior master tech, gas and diesel.1992-2012
    ASE Master Tech, L1 certified.
    2006 f250 cc swb fx4 6.0
    mods arp,egr delete, tuned, 91 gallon RDS fuel tank.


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