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Coolant Pressure / "Head Gasket" Test on a 6.0L Powerstroke

***PLEASE READ THIS!*** This test can help determine if your 6.0L (or any other engine really) has a blown head gasket. However, on a 6.0L it can also help determine OTHER issues as well, such as a bad EGR cooler, or in my case - it lead to diagnosing a bad OIL cooler! In order to distinguish between a head gasket and an EGR issue, you have to take into account OTHER symptoms, such as coolant loss, smoke, and oil condition. Overall PRESSURE is really NOT the problem! It's how QUICKLY it gets there! Your ove, this is NORMAL - especially if pulling a trailer or climbing a long grade. Overall pressure can climb to 15+psi simply due to combination of a full or overfilled system, and high (but normal) coolant temperature. Too much temperature and you will overpressure the system and overheat if you push it far enough! More videos to come!


 


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HEAD GASKET TEST for 6.0 POWERSTROKE
steps that I use every day to determine if a truck has headgasket issues or EGR cooler failure.





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DIY 6.0l Powerstroke Diesel Cooling System Pressure Test
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6.0 Liter Ford Powerstroke - Cab Removal & Head Removal
In this video, I will show the cab removal from the chassis. Then I disassemble the engine to the cylinder heads. I also added a brief view of cleaning the head deck surface with bar stock. Help keep these repair videos coming! It takes a lot of time and effort to produce quality help for everyone. If these videos have helped in your repairs, I ask for donation to help keep these video and to keep new videos coming! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=GT7EKQ 4Z8ZZ6L





6.0 ARP head stud install cab on
This will be a tutorial on everything necessary to repair, machine and install head gaskets with arp studs while the cab is still on! A long procedures but doable. follow along on my page for all the links to the many videos to come. http://www.jrross.com/6.0 there will not be a link from the main page, so go to it exactly as above. this is my business site and the 6.0 is a to serve as a guide for the DIY'er. For anyone looking for the best places to buy parts: Tousleyfordparts.com, the biggest ford dealer in the U.S. has oem parts for at least 40% off your local dealers price! As for ARP studs: newenglandperformanceproducts.com, the cheapest anywhere!





How to Test Head Gasket
** Please see my other videos on this topic* Thx! This video is intended for those who would like to know how to confirm a damaged head gasket on a vehicle prior to making the decision to invest a lot of money for repair. My apologies for the camera focus- next video I will pay closer attention, but the information needed is viewable. Further research should be done on the risks of overheating to the engine block and such. This video is meant to simply show a 'how to' on the test method I used quite often when professionally working on vehicles, the results of which are based on chemistry and industry-standards of the time (1990's). I hope you find this video useful. RI.





6.0 Powerstroke super blown head gaskets?
My buddys F250. Yes its a joke but his headgaskets are really blown he is getting it studded in a couple weeks. Thanks for watching!





DEALERPROOFING YOUR 6.0L, 6.4L POWERSTROKE - LIFETIME WARRANTY
PowerStrokeHelp.com has taken the repair of the 6.0L and 6.4L PowerStroke diesel engines to a new level. LIFETIME GUARANTEE HEAD GASKETS





6.0lit Powerstroke Fuel System Tests
This video will show testing of static, and dynamic fuel pressure. Then I show an example of how to isolate compression in fuel system. Help keep these repair videos coming! It takes a lot of time and effort to produce quality help for everyone. If these videos have helped in your repairs, I ask for donation to help keep these video and to keep new videos coming! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=GT7EKQ 4Z8ZZ6L





Powerstroke 6.0 IPR Remote Oil Cooler + High Flow Coolant Filter Install - Part 7
In this video I show the IPR remote oil cooler adjustable mounting options, install and plumb in the remote oil cooler. The new IPR oil filter cap is installed and tightened down with their custom tool. I also show a cool way to purge the fuel system of air if you ever do any work such as this. I'm currently in the process of installing an IPR remote oil cooler, high flow coolant filter and gen 2 EGR delete kit on my 2004 F250 with a Powerstroke 6.0L diesel.





How to test for a bad head-gasket
For more info. on my eBook go to www.scannerdanner.com This is a review of a test procedure I have in my ebook. Section 1 "Universal Testing Methods" page 13. There are other ways to do this test. I am just showing the one I use the most when looking for a bad head gasket.





BUYER BEWARE FORD POWERSTROKE DIESEL
How not to be victimized by unscrupulous people misrepresenting a truck as having low miles.





Head Gasket Leak Testing
Here is how to test a head for combustion gas leakage, and how to be sure your test is valid





$5 PART WILL SAVE YOUR POWERSTROKE FROM SELF DESTRUCTION
This is the single most important video that I have ever uploaded onto the internet. If you want to be on the PowerStrokeHelp mailing list please send your email address to PowerStrokeHelp (at) bellsouth (dot) net.





Bad head gasket symptoms, Head gasget bad? Easy way to check- Chevy Uplander
This is an Easy way to check for bad head gasket(s). This video shows Co2 gases entering a vehicles cooling system due to bad head gaskets. This is what can happen when you do not change your vehicles Antifreeze every 2 years with composite head gaskets. The other problem I have seen is that with steel layered head gaskets the cylinder head looses it seal to the engine block over time and starts leaking between the layers. I have seen some vehicles with as low as 32,000 miles a lot of vehicle around 80-100,000. Probable cause two different metals (aluminum heads on a steel engine block) and two different rates of expansion and contraction. Some symptoms can be thermostat, misfire and 02 sensor codes, bubbles in cooling system, heating problems, oil slime in coolant tank and or radiator, low coolant levels, leaking, split or blown out radiators, leaking water pumps, intake gaskets leaking oil and or antifreeze, catalytic converters that are inefficient or clogged, oxygen sensors that quit working properly and spark plugs that are coolant fouled. If the problem has gone on for long period of time and the gasket(s) is deteriorated enough and the antifreeze is now entering the combustion chamber, then you might have other symptoms of white smoke out the Exhaust and antifreeze mixed in with your oil. Dealers used to say Maintenance Free, Change your Antifreeze every 5 years or 150,000 miles. Now they say 30,000 miles, which for most of us is about 2 years. Huge difference. Be mindful of these symptoms and remember to Find and fix the cause not just the symptom. This video is of a 2007 Chevy Uplander, 3.9 Liter with 52,181 miles.




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