The F through F came out the gate boasting a stout 6. When the 6. Ford was finally in-line with their competition! This meant no more tough starting, rough running, high-pressure oil leaking fun that Ford guys had gotten accustomed to over the last 14 years!
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This was said to improve reliability; the previous routing method was likely contributing to wire chafing. Unless otherwise noted, the serial number cutoff for the following changes is for engines built in Indianapolis, IN, and for engines built in Huntsville, AL. The build date cutoff for the following changes is September 29th, Earlier MY trucks were fitted with MY engines.
Revised upper oil pan is compatible with previous model year engines. Not interchangeable with previous MY engines. Reduces engine noise, improves fuel economy, and reduces pressure drop in injectors. The updated oil rail holds a higher volume of oil than the MY engine. V-pump design replaces previous swash plate design. Not interchangeable with previous model year engines. This helped with serviceability, as some of the clips were difficult to access.
Spacers on the turbocharger mount removed, not required on redesigned turbocharger. The updated VGT control valve is interchangeable with previous model year engines. Flow is comparable to the previous HPOP, however response at low speeds was increased and the pump is a more robust design than previous models. IPR not interchangeable with previous MY engines. Included new intake manifold designed specifically for the EGR valve. Neither are interchangeable with previous MY engines. EGR throttle eliminated for MY.
It featured smooth mandrel bends, as opposed to the "kinked" bends of the earlier design. The revised drain tube is believed to have improved turbocharger reliability and longevity.
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