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RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

Ford's track record with building diesels... 3 attempts now, since Navistar got smart and dumped Ford. 6.0, 6.4, now 6.7. Nothing has changed, when it comes to their engineers designing diesel engines. Cummins track record? Duramax track record? You tell me. Ford 6.0 Powerstroke is a Navistar VT 365 Ford 6.4 Powerstroke is a Navistar Maxxforce 7. The Ford 6.7 Scorpion was designed and built by Ford. All previous engines were built by Navistar, including the 7.3. Ford has tweaked ALL of the diesels since they have used them from Navistar. The only one maybe not tweaked, and even then I would not bet on it is the IDI6.9. The IDI7.3 max HP/torque from navistar is 175/335, I have one, pretty gutless overall in a 26K navistar MDT. For tweaked it to 185/385 to keep up with the 6.5td specs. The turbo idi7.3 was also a tweaked motor, as that motor was never designed to have a turbo on it, as was the idi6.9. BUT a lot of folks put one on it, including Ford for a year. With a few overheat issues if you had the auto and AC option. You got one or the other, or similar overheat issues the GM had with the 6.5td. The T444e/7.3psd was maxed at 235/620 from navistar and ~2800 rpm. Ford took it to 275 and the upper 500 lb range with 3500 rpm. Do not recall what all Ford did to the 6.0 ad 6.4, but I am pretty sure the let them also go beyond the 2800 navistar limited them to to get into the 300+ hp range. The 6.0 was an intermediate motor tween the 7.3 and 6.4, never to be put into production for long. Marty I had an 88 F-250 Custom with the 7.3 IDI... and as I recall, it was a California model, and was not even 175 HP, something like 170 or 168HP, if I recall correctly, to make CARB happy. 260k miles on it when I sold it with 5speed overdrive manual for $5000 in 2001. Delvac 1300 always 15w-40... 21 to 22 mpg empty on highway at 60-65 mph, lots of times to Mammoth Lakes and back to L.A.
NinerBikes 12/17/14 09:09pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Awning problem

I think you'll find two springs. The manual awnings use two. My guess is that springs handle most of the weight and the motor "assists" the open/close cycles. When we repaired an older A&E (now Dometic) manual awning, I pinned the ends with small nails. Cotter pins'd look nicer, but I don't think nails will fall out under all that torsion pressure. I remember one hole in the shaft and two grooves that the pin could pass through. So you are saying you jammed 2 nails into the end? One on each side 180 degrees apart, through the center axle? 8d, 16d framing nails?
NinerBikes 12/17/14 07:38pm Tech Issues
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

LOL, I've seen other postings from 4X4ord, and he is certainly NOT shy about loading up that truck of his. He works it good. You gonna be standing in line to buy it when he puts it up for sale?
NinerBikes 12/17/14 12:42pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

A very fitting name for the R&D project turned production. Seems more than a few owners have been stung by scorpion FOMOCO and their diesel products, once again, with venomous warranties. Not just a few, but many, with far too much down time before the unit is back in service. I find that unacceptable. But I guess you are OK with it. Everyone is OK with it, until they become a statistic... then they stop singing the Koolaid tune. Once again, a baseless claim without facts to support the "many" leads to continued fear mongering tactics. Don't forget, as T & P point out, this thread is about the 6.7L. almost always for Cab & Chassis problems which, IIRC, are problems related to turbos or valve problems (which are different from the 350/250 SD), or in relation to some yahoo running a tuner but somehow you conveniently do not mention that. LMAO, ya, that's right, this is all CC problems. LOL And your reading comprehension is ??? Per the quote, pointed out your links are almost always, not all. Absolute statements will absolutely make you look foolish. And BTW, are there 0 TSBs or any reported problems for your beloved GM? Show me a vehicle manufacturer that doesn't have TSBs? Fear mongering. No problem with me not fixing your leaf blower. My BIL who's car I used to work on just won the last huge championship race of the season. The jokes on you, because the car has a Ford engine in it. LMAO Thanks for obliging. So, you got your claim to fame working on a race team because of family? The joke's on me? LMAO You two have not shown any credible facts to support the making of your "expert" opinions, i.e. your personal credentials that make you an expert. And your credentials are what? A Union Firefighter?
NinerBikes 12/17/14 12:36pm Tow Vehicles
RE: pedestal receptacle

Hi Niner, I believe Pogoil means that users do not turn of the pedestal breaker(s). Yes the breaker at the pedestal. Pogoil. Thanks for the clarification.
NinerBikes 12/17/14 10:52am Tech Issues
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

Point is, you can find horror stories about almost any vehicle - especially these days. It's all in what you want to see & believe. My opinion is that the big 3 diesels all have their own issues these days, mostly related to the emissions junk on them, or because of the horsepower & torque wars that are raging among them. I agree. Thanks for the well-balanced comments. Not much of that here. I will be keeping an eye out for the new Italian RAM 1500 Ecodiesel motor, the new kid on the block, and how it fares with overloading and abuse, before failures start appearing. I hope it fares better than my Dad's 128 Fiat did in the mid to late 1970's, or my other friends Ferrari 308 GTS. The 308 required you to own a tow truck service on call 24/7.
NinerBikes 12/17/14 10:00am Tow Vehicles
RE: pedestal receptacle

A campground that cares uses Nolox in the 30 amp receptacle to help with corrosion and the fact that 80 percent of the campers do not shut off their breaker before they unplug their cords. An arc happens every time some one forgets to shut off the breaker. Most seem to either not care or do not understand. Pogoil. Why would they shut off their breaker, when they can shut off the 30 amp breaker on the pedestal instead?
NinerBikes 12/17/14 09:55am Tech Issues
RE: Awning problem

When I had to re-tension mine I used a pair of vice grips to do the job. And a fairly good amount of muscle. What did you use to pin it in place once fully wound up with 8 revolutions, so you could remove the vice grips and then install the wound up bracket in the arm and pull the pin on the spring tension?
NinerBikes 12/17/14 09:21am Tech Issues
RE: Awning problem

Is the spring only on the motor end or are there 2 springs? Spring is on the non motor end.
NinerBikes 12/17/14 09:19am Tech Issues
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

I have only 112,000 km on my 2011 but it has been the best pick up I have ever owned so far. Shortly after buying the truck I misread the markings at a card lock and filled it up with gasoline. I never realized it till it started rattling. Pumped the fuel from my truck into my wife's car and another gasoline vehicle and have not had any issue arise from doing so. So the pump doesn't seem that fragile to me. Oh, I put DEF into my diesel tank as well without consequence. I use the truck to pull a 30,000 lb trailer and change engine oil every 25,000 km....one fuel filter change, one air filter and one set of tires in 4 years. Pumps gas and DEF into his diesel fuel tank.... There's your sign. My BS meter just got pegged. Next time, try pumping water into your fuel tank and fuel system, to clean it out, good and proper. :S Because DEF is only what 66% pure distilled water, and 34% urea/ammonia.
NinerBikes 12/17/14 09:05am Tow Vehicles
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

LOL, what's my agenda? LOL Fear mongering on something you have 0 experience with because of your disdain for the 6.4L. You need to follow along. This discussion is about the 6.7 Powerstroke engine, not the 6.4 Powerstroke engine. BTW for your benefit and the OP it's called a 6.7 Powerstroke, not a 6.7 Scorpion. And how do you know how much experience I have with ANY engine? Is this fear mongering? These are Ford 6.7 owners with blown up engines talking about such. BTW you never did answer the question. Why aren't people saying bad things about: The Ford V10 engine? The 7.3 engine? Ford interiors? The Ford 5.0 engine? Now answer the question. You need to follow along. This discussion is about the 6.7 Powerstroke engine... The Ford V10 engine? The 7.3 engine? Ford interiors? The Ford 5.0 engine? I see. Hypocritical in your own post? Let's see...the majority of links you continually provide in your fear mongering posts about the 6.7L are almost always for Cab & Chassis problems which, IIRC, are problems related to turbos or valve problems (which are different from the 350/250 SD), or in relation to some yahoo running a tuner but somehow you conveniently do not mention that. What kind of race team mechanic are you? Certainly not one that I would ever trust to repair my leaf blower. Why don't you fess up to your agenda based on your experience with the 6.4? BTW, if you were extremely knowledgeable on the subject you would know that Scorpion was the project name used while the motor was being engineered. A very fitting name for the R&D project turned production. Seems more than a few owners have been stung by scorpion FOMOCO and their diesel products, once again, with venomous warranties. Not just a few, but many, with far too much down time before the unit is back in service. I find that unacceptable. But I guess you are OK with it. Everyone is OK with it, until they become a statistic... then they stop singing the Koolaid tune.
NinerBikes 12/16/14 11:58pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Awning problem

Sounds like the spring broke. There are videos on YouTube showing the steps to repair if you are handy. Any tips or pointers how to retension mine with just basic tools? I know it needs 8 revolutions and needs to be pinned in place before reinstalling the bracket into the rear arm. Question is how to get the spring retensioned with the non factory tool? Takes some serious leverage
NinerBikes 12/16/14 07:29pm Tech Issues
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

1Longbow, Keep in mind that of all the negative nancy's posting in this thread, only two of them actually owned the 6.7L Powerstroke, the rest are just continually spewing stuff they read online. It's a common agenda for these posters on this forum. :h I do hope one of those two is me. I owned one from 2011 until September of this year. Yes and ricatic is the other. The rest like to run their mouths about stuff they have only read about and have no true experience like they are experts on the subject. experts... LOL Am I an expert? No! I just call out the BS as I see it. Hey mouth piece... If you think I have no skin in the game, you are dead wrong... I own 2 Touareg TDI's with Bosch CP4.2 HPFP's in them. I also owned a 2012 passat tdi with a Bosch CP4. NHTSA and their file a complaint is on my speed dial on my smart phone. All I am going to need to see is a P0087 "Low Fuel rail pressure code" show up on my Torque App, and then the T25 bit comes out and the pressure sensor on my Bosch HPFP comes off to look inside for metal bits and shavings. If those two items show up, NHTSA is going to hear from me about how unsafe this vehicle in stalling on me in rush hour traffic. So glad you are capable of diagnosing your own failures, instead of getting a snow job from the service manager at any dealership you go to, or worse yet, getting hit for deductible out of pocket when the dealership weasels out on warranty work. I hope I never have to get a new HPFP due to failure, but I run a pinch of biodiesel in every fillup, since I took delivery brand new, day 1, in every one of them. Oh and here's the facts... I've seen in excess of 10 of these pumps, apart, in and out of failed VW TDIs, held the failed pumps in my hand. This one out of a Touareg. I've dissected a few of them also. Some of us walk the walk, the rest of you are in the dark. FACT. Until you do failure analysis, you're just another blue oval koolaid drinking fanboi. Just calling it as I see it. One day, it might be your turn for a tow job and a 2 to 3 week wait. Come back then, and tell us about it, when it's your turn. I see...6.7L? Nope. Check. Another "expert" what? And who is the fanboi? Have I defended Ford here? Nope...just pointing out where the BS is king. And it's deep in this thread...once again. You still don't "get it"... it's not a Ford issue, or a GM issue, or a VW, or Audi or Porsche issue.... They ALL buy a complete black box Common Rail diesel fueling system from Bosch. It's a Bosch problem. They all sub contract out their fueling systems from Bosch. All that matters is that Ford goes to bat for you against Bosch for a warrantied fuel system replacement, or they weasel out of it. Ford's track record with building diesels... 3 attempts now, since Navistar got smart and dumped Ford. 6.0, 6.4, now 6.7. Nothing has changed, when it comes to their engineers designing diesel engines. Cummins track record? Duramax track record? You tell me. Oh, I get it...I just choose to take information from experts versus forum "experts". Ford's track record with building diesels... 3 attempts now, since Navistar got smart and dumped Ford. 6.0, 6.4, now 6.7. Nothing has changed, when it comes to their engineers designing diesel engines. Case in point...you have an hidden agenda along with a lot of others who have posted in the thread. Ricatic however has a well known issue with Ford along with an agenda about it but he has been honest of why his agenda. Sure, I guess those photos a few pages back are a hidden agenda too, right? True lies? Does Ric have to post up his dead HPFP pictures also? Ford made the bed, let them sleep in it.
NinerBikes 12/16/14 05:10pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

"Ford's track record with building diesels... 3 attempts now, since Navistar got smart and dumped Ford. 6.0, 6.4, now 6.7. Nothing has changed, when it comes to their engineers designing diesel engines." You sure about this? I am sure that IMHO, it's my belief, as noted by experts that are in the rebuilding diesel motor industry and their pictures and video's of repeated, common failures that keep on reoccuring, such that they can make a business model out of it and be predictive, due to experience. Pictures don't lie. People trying to get warranty work covered is another matter.
NinerBikes 12/16/14 04:18pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

1Longbow, Keep in mind that of all the negative nancy's posting in this thread, only two of them actually owned the 6.7L Powerstroke, the rest are just continually spewing stuff they read online. It's a common agenda for these posters on this forum. :h I do hope one of those two is me. I owned one from 2011 until September of this year. Yes and ricatic is the other. The rest like to run their mouths about stuff they have only read about and have no true experience like they are experts on the subject. experts... LOL Am I an expert? No! I just call out the BS as I see it. Hey mouth piece... If you think I have no skin in the game, you are dead wrong... I own 2 Touareg TDI's with Bosch CP4.2 HPFP's in them. I also owned a 2012 passat tdi with a Bosch CP4. NHTSA and their file a complaint is on my speed dial on my smart phone. All I am going to need to see is a P0087 "Low Fuel rail pressure code" show up on my Torque App, and then the T25 bit comes out and the pressure sensor on my Bosch HPFP comes off to look inside for metal bits and shavings. If those two items show up, NHTSA is going to hear from me about how unsafe this vehicle in stalling on me in rush hour traffic. So glad you are capable of diagnosing your own failures, instead of getting a snow job from the service manager at any dealership you go to, or worse yet, getting hit for deductible out of pocket when the dealership weasels out on warranty work. I hope I never have to get a new HPFP due to failure, but I run a pinch of biodiesel in every fillup, since I took delivery brand new, day 1, in every one of them. Oh and here's the facts... I've seen in excess of 10 of these pumps, apart, in and out of failed VW TDIs, held the failed pumps in my hand. This one out of a Touareg. I've dissected a few of them also. Some of us walk the walk, the rest of you are in the dark. FACT. Until you do failure analysis, you're just another blue oval koolaid drinking fanboi. Just calling it as I see it. One day, it might be your turn for a tow job and a 2 to 3 week wait. Come back then, and tell us about it, when it's your turn. I see...6.7L? Nope. Check. Another "expert" what? And who is the fanboi? Have I defended Ford here? Nope...just pointing out where the BS is king. And it's deep in this thread...once again. You still don't "get it"... it's not a Ford issue, or a GM issue, or a VW, or Audi or Porsche issue.... They ALL buy a complete black box Common Rail diesel fueling system from Bosch. It's a Bosch problem. They all sub contract out their fueling systems from Bosch. All that matters is that Ford goes to bat for you against Bosch for a warrantied fuel system replacement, or they weasel out of it. Ford's track record with building diesels... 3 attempts now, since Navistar got smart and dumped Ford. 6.0, 6.4, now 6.7. Nothing has changed, when it comes to their engineers designing diesel engines. Cummins track record? Duramax track record? You tell me.
NinerBikes 12/16/14 03:07pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

1Longbow, Keep in mind that of all the negative nancy's posting in this thread, only two of them actually owned the 6.7L Powerstroke, the rest are just continually spewing stuff they read online. It's a common agenda for these posters on this forum. :h I do hope one of those two is me. I owned one from 2011 until September of this year. Yes and ricatic is the other. The rest like to run their mouths about stuff they have only read about and have no true experience like they are experts on the subject. experts... LOL Am I an expert? No! I just call out the BS as I see it. Hey mouth piece... If you think I have no skin in the game, you are dead wrong... I own 2 Touareg TDI's with Bosch CP4.2 HPFP's in them. I also owned a 2012 passat tdi with a Bosch CP4. NHTSA and their file a complaint is on my speed dial on my smart phone. All I am going to need to see is a P0087 "Low Fuel rail pressure code" show up on my Torque App, and then the T25 bit comes out and the pressure sensor on my Bosch HPFP comes off to look inside for metal bits and shavings. If those two items show up, NHTSA is going to hear from me about how unsafe this vehicle in stalling on me in rush hour traffic. So glad you are capable of diagnosing your own failures, instead of getting a snow job from the service manager at any dealership you go to, or worse yet, getting hit for deductible out of pocket when the dealership weasels out on warranty work. I hope I never have to get a new HPFP due to failure, but I run a pinch of biodiesel in every fillup, since I took delivery brand new, day 1, in every one of them. Oh and here's the facts... http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v374/grand_toots/TD%20V6HPFPfailure/035.jpg http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v374/grand_toots/TD%20V6HPFPfailure/040.jpg I've seen in excess of 10 of these pumps, apart, in and out of failed VW TDIs, held the failed pumps in my hand. This one out of a Touareg. I've dissected a few of them also. Some of us walk the walk, the rest of you are in the dark. FACT. Until you do failure analysis, you're just another blue oval koolaid drinking fanboi. Just calling it as I see it. One day, it might be your turn for a tow job and a 2 to 3 week wait. Come back then, and tell us about it, when it's your turn.
NinerBikes 12/16/14 12:09pm Tow Vehicles
RE: UPDATE! Picking up the 2015 Eco-Diesel Friday/Saturday! :)

Not to mention start up idle times in the winter. I usually start it up five minutes before I walk through the gate at work if the temps are below 35*. Probably not a good idea to do so, Don, with a turbo diesel... the turbo needs boost to seal the labyrinth seals on a turbocharger. Best course of action is to start up, idle 10-15 seconds for full oil circulation, and put 'er in gear and drive gently on the acceleration until she's been warmed up to full operating temp on the idiot temp gauge for 5 minutes. Diesels don't warm up just idling, have to put some minor load on them and burn a little bit of fuel, gently, to get them up to temperature. By going easy, I really mean going easy, drive like an 80 year old grandpa off of every stop sign or stop light. ZERO jack rabbit starts, not even 1/8 throttle off of starts. Diesels are cold blooded, period, just have to go super gentle on them when cold. Even if you THINK you are being gentle on them, most folks are not gentle enough in warming them up, too many people in a hurry. Slow it down, the acceleration rates.
NinerBikes 12/16/14 11:45am Tow Vehicles
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

Fish, I would have to dig all over creation to find it again. But 3 percent IS the correct figure. Based from NHTSA reports on both GM and Ford with the same Bosch pump. Did RAM stay with the Bosch CP3 HPFP for it's inline 6 cylinder 6.7L motor?
NinerBikes 12/15/14 07:37pm Tow Vehicles
RE: pedestal receptacle

I would not have thought this such a frequent problem, but twice now, only at Indiana state parks I have found loose female receptacle in the pedestal. Each was loose enough to burn the spade on my power cord. I replaced it once, but the second time was only two stops later. Do I need to carry a dozen spare ends? I have worked some with electrical receptacles on ranges and dryers, but then I have access to the house breaker box to change out the receptacle. Can't to that here, and by the time I notice the problem (heat) it's usually too late to call the maintenance people to fix. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance. Don't camp in cheap, poorly maintained, shoddy campgrounds with poor electrical outlets. Sounds like your state parks are not up on current maintenance for their pedestals. I full time and it is not just cheap CG's it's all the CG's. Those outlets are used 1,000 times more than what they were made for........ What you are saying is that campers are stupid and abusive to campground equipment, thereby destroying it, in the areas that you camp. Would that be a fair assessment? I don't treat my receptacle on my Honda generator like that, and I've had no problems. BECAUSE I OWN IT AND HAVE PRIDE IN OWNERSHIP. There's your sign. What the hell is your problem?? :? The problem is yours... what do you expect when you rent anything? Abused, plain and simple. Like the maid that wrecked every single electrical outlet she's plugged my vacuum cleaner into, as well as bashing and scraping the paint off the baseboards with the vacuum cleaner as well. It it ain't yours, there's no pride in ownership, no incentive to take care of.
NinerBikes 12/15/14 05:42pm Tech Issues
RE: Fords 6.7 Scorpion Diesel motor

I don't even spend much time on PS forums but the times I have recall several CP4.2 failures that Ford was ducking warranty on owners with the "water in fuel" excuse. You rarely hear that on the Dmax forums which I do spend a lot of time on. Aside from the HPFP failures 6.7s had more than a few turbo failures due to ceramic bearings turning to dust. Believe the new turbo on the 15s is suppose to address. Overall I would say the 6.7 is a good motor at least for Ford when you consider their diesel track record for the prior 10yrs. Still wouldn't get me in one though. Did those HPFP failures that Ford was ducking have internal rust? Turbo failures increase with the use of a tuner. Does GM cover HPFP failures that have internal rust? Of course they don't. "Internal rust" has not even been mentioned on the Dmax forums so not sure where you coming up with this info. GM for the most part is warrantying them no questions asked. Can't say that for Ford. If Ford wasn't having turbo issues then why a new turbo after only 3 years? Internal rust has never been mentioned in any VW or Audi HPFP failure that I have read about either. They have found rust in the fuel filter canisters, but not in the pump directly. The fuel/ water filter trap is designed to prevent that from ever happening. What I am saying is that it sounds like somebody lied to cover their aZZ with that write up for that particular HPFP failure R&R job. And there have been many, many, many more HPFP failures in VW's than Fords, and that excuse is pretty much missing from the files for cause of failure. Another big lie was that VW was claiming that there was misfueling, that there was gas in the fuel. NHTSA requested that they support their claim. Next thing you know, every time your VW or Audi came in for the free oil and filter changes, at 10, 20 and 30k miles, VW/Audi swiped a quart of fuel out of your fuel tank for analysis, without your permission or telling you, for sampling, without compensation. They kept on looking for gas in diesel fuel samples, and embarrassingly, they had to show the results to NHTSA and Bosch as well, and all of their testing for gas in diesel fuel pretty much came back negative. Next thing they did was campaign with bright yellow decals and a rosette ring around the filler cap, because they felt the owners were too stupid to differentiate diesel from gasoline during fillups. Then they put stupid devices in the filler necks that would only allow diesel fuel nozzles, not gasoline nozzles. Guess what? The HPFP's are still failing in Jetta's from 2009 clear through 2014, with all the "safety features" and claims to prevent misfueling with gasoline. You Ford and GM /Chevy people should have something like this going on your Bulletin Boards... Official High Pressure Fuel Pump Failure thread VW has gotten tired with Bosch's claims, they take every single pump back to Bosch, document everything, load these pumps by the pallet for shipment back to Germany. VW letter of intent. You can bet Vw is making Bosch eat it $$$$ wise on these fuel system failures due to Bosch not doing failure analysis before selling the pump to countries will low lubricity fuel standards like in the USA and Canada. Most of the fuel in Europe has wear scar figures of 200- 320 microns, USA, 520 micron (much bigger from fuel with far less lubricity) wear scar figures. Bosch introduced this pump to USA, claiming suitability, fully knowing the lubricity standards of the petroleum industry in the USA and claimed "suitability of use". All of this is on Bosch.
NinerBikes 12/15/14 09:52am Tow Vehicles
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