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The Most Common Issues with Ford 6.0 Injectors

Replacing everyone’s favorite 7.3L in the 2004 line, the 6.0L featured a new design that was implemented to meet the strict emission regulations. Furthermore, it faced a challenge of maintaining the competitive edge Ford boasted on the international market. The engine was considered cutting-edge back when it was first presented, with a faster turbo response, more advanced features and boasting more power than its predecessors. The 6.0L was the leader in the industry, but the excitement soon faded as the engine kept being recalled year after year.

There’s still no proof that the model year and its reliability are correlated, but one thing owners agree is that the 6.0L is much more unreliable than they’ve come to expect from a diesel engine. Fortunately, the most common issues are easy to find and fix and any issues that appear do so early in its use. Our expert technicians explain how to check Ford 6.0 injectors for problems and how to recognize other performance issues you should be aware of.

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