Designed to meet stricter emissions standards, Ford’s 6.0 Powerstroke replaced the 7.3-liter. Equipped with a single Garrett GT3782VA variable geometry turbocharger, the more powerful turbo-diesel engine produced 325 horsepower and up to 570 pounds-feet of torque. The VGT helped improve turbo lag and throttle response. +Read more
Even with these benefits, however, there may be a need for a 6.0 turbo rebuild. The 6.0’s turbochargers are prone to soot buildup, which can cause the vanes to become stuck open. Additionally, the turbo can fail due to oil coking in the oil drain tube. For the 2007 model year, Ford updated the drain tube to remedy the problem with smoother bends than the previous design.
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