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6.0 powerstroke engine repairs #5316219 01/07/20 11:04 PM
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Hey y’all, just another work project share thread. 2005 6.0 powerstroke with multiple oil and antifreeze leaks from front timing cover, rocker boxes , one external antifreeze head gasket leak (very unusual) and the usual lower crankcase leaks. This engine also had some debris in the oil filter , both ferrous and non ferrous metals as well as what appears as dirt. The engine had lower than normal oil pressure in addition to the leaks. Here are some pics , enjoy. Sorry for the huge lapse in pics in some diassembly, got in a groove and kept on going without picking up my phone.

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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316222 01/07/20 11:11 PM
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Cue the 6.0L Powerstroke hate & haters.....


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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316224 01/07/20 11:19 PM
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So, going by the sticker on the valve cover, this engine is a reman?


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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316236 01/07/20 11:38 PM
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Reviva does not have a very good reputation. Any idea how long that one ran?


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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316237 01/07/20 11:39 PM
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Some more

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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316239 01/07/20 11:40 PM
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Yes reviva reman. About 4-5 years ago this engine was installed. Lots of leaks and injector issues with this engine. Crank is standard but is bored .030 over


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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316242 01/07/20 11:43 PM
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Some more

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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316244 01/07/20 11:46 PM
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A few more and again sorry for the big lapse

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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316245 01/07/20 11:48 PM
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That last one is what promted this much disassembly. That is the high pressure oil pump screen. It’s loaded with dirt/debris and some metal. Part of it is someone at some point recently did a very poor oil cooler repair and allowed a bunch of crap into the engine . A month ago it was towed in for a no start and the IPR was full of trash. Driver ran it for a month and I’m fixing it correctly and assessing damage. The main and connecting rod bearings are getting replaced, crankshaft, camshaft, lifters and cylinders all look good so I did not remove them from the bores (pistons). Driver is very bad about bringing the truck in for service so it does not get The oil changed and whatnot as often as it should. This is a boom truck and the hour meter has been maxed out on it for several years (at least 4-5).


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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: clinebarger] #5316247 01/07/20 11:51 PM
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Originally Posted by clinebarger
Cue the 6.0L Powerstroke hate & haters.....


Ironically enough I like these engines and with the proper mods, updates and maintenance they are reliable engines.


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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316257 01/08/20 12:25 AM
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What do you estimate between the engine replacement years ago, the tow into your shop the other month, and this service bill, what the owner will have spent in service/repairs?


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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316265 01/08/20 12:44 AM
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Originally Posted by mattd
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Cue the 6.0L Powerstroke hate & haters.....


Ironically enough I like these engines and with the proper mods, updates and maintenance they are reliable engines.



Me too! The biggest issue outside the common known issues & maintenance is HACK repairs by "mechanics" that have NO business working on a bicycle!

Last one I worked on had every bolt that holds down the left Oil Rail stripped out, & 4 on the right stripped. Along with all 8 Injector hold down bolts over torqued.....It was a 2003, So the rails look a lot different than the later one your working on.


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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: mattd] #5316301 01/08/20 02:39 AM
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That is frustrating, especially the oil rail bolts. This engine has a handful of stripped valve cover bolts. Yes, the early models have a much different HPO system than the late builds.


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Re: 6.0 powerstroke engine repairs [Re: Nick1994] #5316304 01/08/20 02:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Nick1994
What do you estimate between the engine replacement years ago, the tow into your shop the other month, and this service bill, what the owner will have spent in service/repairs?


Easily $15k. This truck isn’t cheap to replace, though, with boom, utility body and equipment it has. I’d guess at least $125k to replace this truck.


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Crank looks like it was not friends with the rod and main bearings!


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