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Texas Ford 6.0L Diesel Engine Problems

If you are the owner of a 2007-2012 Ford diesel truck experiencing problems such as engine failure, faulty cranks causing metal to enter the fuel system, defective injectors, coolant leaks, radiator failure, fuel injection pump failure, EGR or other exhaust defects, please contact Ford diesel engine lawyer W. Craft Hughes directly by calling toll-free 1-888-350-3931, or submitting your information on-line using our Contact Form for a free case evaluation.

Attorney W. Craft Hughes is jointly representing Ford diesel engine defect clients nationwide with the experienced lemon law firm of Patrick Law Firm, P.C. ("PLF")*. PLF has its principal office located at 3333 Lee Parkway, Ste. #600, Dallas, TX 75219, phone (888) 536-6681.

*Submit your information by completing the Ford F-Series Diesel Truck Questionnaire*

The Ford 6.0L diesel engine was built from 2003 until mid December 2006 (2007 model year). Many Ford 6.0L Power Stroke engines were proven to be unreliable, and may have cost Ford hundreds of millions of dollars in warranty repairs and leading to a recall and repurchase of at least 500 trucks. Many early problems were disastrous, requiring total engine replacement. There were also minor problems resulting from the unreliable variable-vane turbocharger solenoid, EGR valve carbon deposit clogging or sticking, defective Exhaust Back Pressure (EBP) sensor/connector, numerous PCM (Powetrain Control Module) recalibrations, fuel injector harness chafing/crushing and quality control issues.

The EGR valve carbon deposit issue in the 6.0L has proved common enough to merit some special attention. When the valve clogs, it requires replacement, which has often been done under the powertrain warranty. However, it has been discovered that extended idle times are the cause of the carbon buildup, as diesel engines have low combustion efficiency at idle speeds. Some of the more frequent problems associated with the Ford 6.0L diesel engine trucks include engine failure, defective injectors, coolant leaks, radiator failure, fuel injection pump failure, EGR and other exhaust defects in Ford 6.0L diesel engines for the following models:

  • 2007 Ford F-250 6.0L diesel engine
  • 2007 Ford F-350 6.0L diesel engine
  • 2007 Ford F-450 6.0L diesel engine
  • 2007 Ford F-550 6.0L diesel engine

If you are the owner of a 2007 - 2011 Ford diesel truck experiencing any of these problems and defects, please contact Ford diesel engine lawyer W. Craft Hughes directly by calling toll-free 1-888-350-3931, or submitting your information on-line using our Contact Form for a free case evaluation.

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2008 Ford 6.4L Power Stroke Diesel Engine Problems

The 6.4L Power Stroke replaced the 6.0L due to new emission regulations for on-highway diesel engines built after January 1, 2007; in early 2007 Ford introduced its redesigned 2008 Super Duty with the new 6.4 liter engine as an option. Hughes Ellzey, LLP has received several reports of faulty cranks in 2008 Ford F-Series diesel trucks, which cause metal to enter the fuel system. Other reported problems with 2008 Ford diesel trucks include engine failure, defective injectors, coolant leaks and A/C defects. If your warranty does not cover the faulty crank defect, it could cost you approximately $9,000.00 to $10,000.00 to fix this problem and have the metal particulates removed from the fuel system. The problems with 2008 Ford diesel trucks affects the following Ford products:

  • 2008 Ford F-250 6.4L diesel engine
  • 2008 Ford F-350 6.4L diesel engine
  • 2008 Ford F-450 6.4L diesel engine
  • 2008 Ford F-550 6.4L diesel engine

*Submit your information by completing the Ford F-Series Diesel Truck Questionnaire*

2007-2012 Ford Diesel Truck - Fuel Contamination Problems

The law firm of Hughes Ellzey, LLP is prosecuting Texas Ford diesel truck cases involving fuel contamination and water in fuel. A number of manufacturer defects have been reported for Ford Diesel trucks. As an owner of a 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, or 2012 Ford Diesel truck you may be entitled to a manufacturer's buy back or a CASH settlement if you have experienced ANY of the following problems:

  • Radiator or coolant leaks
  • Defective injectors
  • Engine failure
  • Three or more repairs for the same issue
  • Thirty days or more in the repair shop

If you are the owner of a 2007-2012 Ford diesel truck experiencing any of these problems and defects, please contact Ford diesel engine lawyer W. Craft Hughes directly by calling toll-free 1-888-350-3931, or submitting your information on-line using our Contact Form for a free case evaluation. We have a successful track record of litigating defective vehicle cases and can help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

*Submit your information by completing the Ford F-Series Diesel Truck Questionnaire*




*The Patrick Law Firm, P.C. ("PLF") has its principal office located at 3333 Lee Parkway, Ste. #600, Dallas, TX 75219, phone (888) 536-6681. PLF does not pay or finance any portion of the content on the website www.hughesellzey.com. The site is sponsored and financed exclusively by attorney W. Craft Hughes and the law firm of Hughes Ellzey, LLP, located at 2700 Post Oak Blvd., Suite 1120 Galleria Tower I Houston, TX 77056; Phone 1-888-350-3931. Hughes Ellzey, LLP and PLF will jointly represent clients in this Ford diesel engine defect litigation, share case costs, case expenses and attorney's fees, if any, recovered on behalf of clients in this Ford diesel engine defect litigation.








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