VERY EXPENSIVE TRUCK ONLY WEAKENED BY A POORLY DESIGNED ENGINE
POWERSTROKE 6.0L DIESEL
MAUNFACTURED BY NAVISTAR SOLD TO FORD
Do you have a truck that looks like a million bucks, but is only worth 15k? Myself, like many other hard working Americans out there own a Ford Superduty with the Powerstroke 6.0L diesel engine. I like many others out there have sank thousands of dollars into these truck for an issue that Ford is aware of and unwilling to help their loyal customers. I'm sure if you are reading this today you are aware that the oil cooler is a major weak link in the design of the engine. This faulty has a cause and effect on many components in the engine. Not to mention the injectors, and wiring harness and many other things.
Please join me in this class action lawsuit to recover lost money in repairs, afterall Ford has already sued the manufacturer of the engine (Navistar) and settled out of court for an undisclosed ammount. They got reimbursed why shouldn't we??
It is simple to do.... there are no residency restriction, even if you have sold y
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6.0L Oil Cooler Failure Residual sand not removed during the casting process can clog the coolant side of the oil cooler. Old or sludgy oil can clog the oil side of the cooler. Failure can result in oil being introduced into the cooling system, or coolant overheating, which may result in serious engine damage. Aftermarket coolant filters may prevent particulate from clogging the coolant side of the cooler. Using proper engine oil and changing the oil at the recommended oil change intervals can also prevent failures. Aftermarket bypass oil filters may also prevent problems. Ford also recommends changing the engine coolant at the recommended intervals. Failure of the oil cooler has been related to head gasket failures.