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Ford 6.0L Engine Problems

2003 - 2004 Ford Excursion, Super Duty and Econoline Alert!

Consumers have been reporting the following problems with their 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel engines and transmissions:

  • harsh/slipping conditions
  • harsh/delayed forward/reverse engagements
  • bad fuel injectors
  • valve stems cracking and leaking oil from the head into the cylinders

These are serious conditions that if left untreated could cause the transmission or engine to to fail. Some of the sympstoms are caused by a defect in the 2004 5R110 transmission. The defective transmission may have a low gear set pinion shaft(s) that may walk out causing metallic particle contamination which can lead to transmission failure.

The engines are reportedly suffering from defective fuel injectors which suffer from side loading which then causes raw fuel to flood and enter the engine's oil crankcase or hydro-lock the engine. Both occurences are so disastrous that a total engine replacement is often required.

The following 2004 Ford vehicles may have defective 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel engines or transmissions:

  • 2003 - 2004 F250, F350, F450, F550
  • 2003 - 2004 Econoline Vans
  • 2003 - 2004 Excursions

Are You Having Any Of These Problems?

If you are having or have had any of the engine or transmission problems with your Ford truck, van or SUV, please take a moment to tell us your story. You may be eligible for a NEW VEHICLE or REFUND under the lemon law. If you would like to know whether or not a legitimate claim for recovery is available to you, please take a moment to fill out the free case review form below or contact any of the attorneys listed. There is no cost or fee for doing so.

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