2003-06 6.0L Diesel Spat Snarls 2007 6.4L Ford Super Duty launch

Engine supply for hot pickup remains in doubt
Automotive News / March 5, 2007
Richard Truett

A festering dispute between Ford Motor Co. and International Truck and
Engine Corp. is threatening to stall the launch of Ford’s most profitable
vehicle, the Super Duty pickup. Late last week, a Michigan judge issued a
temporary order forcing International to resume production of the Super
Duty’s 6.4-liter diesel engine. In return, the judge ordered Ford to pay
full price for the engine, rather than demand reimbursement for hefty

Valve Problem on ’99 Camrys Has Plenty of Suspects

Buildup in the throttle body can affect the mechanism, and Toyota points to bad gasoline as the cause.

Ford 3.8L Head Gaskets

September 2001

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