What was the first diesel engine in a Ford pickup?

Answer The first diesel engine in a ford pickup was 6.7 liter PSD, codename "Scorpon". Ford's road to the Scorpion has been long and winding. The 6.7-liter PSD is the third all-new heavy-duty diesel engin... Read More »

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What oil goes into a Ford 250 diesel 4x4 pickup?

The Ford F-250 diesel 4x4 truck requires 15W-40 engine oil. The added weight to the oil is necessary for the diesel engine. Change the oil in your F-250 diesel every 5,000 miles or six months.Refer... Read More »

How much oil does a 6.0 Ford diesel engine take?

Outfitted with a 6.0-liter turbocharged diesel V-8 engine, the Ford truck requires 15.1 quarts of motor oil. 15W-40 is recommended for temperatures of 10 degrees Fahrenheit and above. 0W-30 can be ... Read More »

Ford 7.3L Diesel Engine Specs?

The Ford 7.3-liter diesel engine replaced the 6.9-liter unit in 1998. The engines were essentially the same mechanically, only the bore (cylinder diameter) increased from 4 inches to 4.11 inches on... Read More »

How often do you change engine oil in a 6.0 Ford Diesel?

Change your engine oil and filter in a 6.0 Ford Diesel every 7,500 miles under normal service conditions. Under severe operating conditions, such as doing heavy towing or a lot of off-road driving,... Read More »