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Old 01-17-2012, 07:35 PM
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Sorry. My bad. Passenger side. Right side of the truck.
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Old 01-17-2012, 07:41 PM
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Glockin,

From Ford's 6.7 Diesel Intro book, it calls the drivers side (US) of the engine the left side. As you mentioned, Re-Gen fuel add happens on the Left side also. See Attached from book.
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Old 01-17-2012, 07:44 PM
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From Ford's 6.7 Diesel Intro book, it calls the drivers side (US) of the engine the left side. As you mentioned, Re-Gen fuel add happens on the Left side also. See Attached from book.
Ok, thanks, my bad! That kinda takes suspicion from regen!
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Old 02-03-2012, 07:07 AM
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I did not and am not going to read all 10 pages of threads. But has anyone asked the build date? That always seems to be one of the questions that have come and came up when I take any of mine in for warranty work.
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Try searching the thread for "build date"-
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We got it back. Where can I find the build date on the truck?
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just had the same problem with my 2011 f450 just hit 144000 miles and droped a valve ford wants 13000 to replace short block and head this sucks they can keep there crappy truck and il use my money to buy a dodge
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2011 f350 dealer states the same problem with mine 120k miles.

Go figure 100k power terrain warranty expires. #7 glow plug breaks into the engine. 18 THOUSANDS dollars!! Ford won't do nothing.
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Well that sux! Sorry to hear of your troubles.

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Have you owned the truck from new?

Did you use fuel additive?

Any other major issue up to now?
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Extended warranty. People fret and sweat over buying one, it's worth it for any new Diesel engine.
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Extended warranty. People fret and sweat over buying one, it's worth it for any new Diesel engine.
I'll second this. And specifically Ford's ESP.
I didn't make up my mind until 34,000.
Now I don't worry about it. Without it, I would be worried about all sorts of stuff breaking.
ESP has already replaced a mirror and that is over $1,000 from a dealer.
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