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How to Rebuild Ford Power Stroke Diesel Engines 1994-2007 (Workbench How to) Paperback – May 17, 2012
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"This is a great deal because two different diesel engines are covered in the same book by Bob McDonald. Bob, a 20 year diesel specialist, also does gas engines and anything that comes through his doors. Covering Ford/Navistar 7.3L and 6.0L diesel engines, this is the book we have been waiting for to clear up the problems about these two engines. If this book saves you just once from making a mistake while working on either of these engines, what is it worth to you? If you do not rebuild these diesels, buy it for a person who does or someone who is just learning. They will be in your debt. Great job, Bob" (Mike Caruso engine professional 2012-10-24)
book listed in "16 Must-Have Products" (Diesel World magazine 2013-02-28)
"This book is full of tips from a seasoned mechanic. While it will never substitute for a factory service manual, this book is a great resource. The large full-color photos would even make this a great tool for service writers, helping them to explain a rebuild to customers who don't want to take on the task themselves. Ford fanatics will, of course, have to have one. It's worth adding to your truck manual selection, for the tech tips alone." (Trent Riddle Diesel World magazine 2013-03-13)
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Diesel-powered trucks have never been more popular, and Ford’s Power Stroke family of Diesel engines have been a mainstay of the marketplace since introduced in 1994. While these engines are well known for their durability and longevity, they still require a rebuild at some point. How to best diagnose, repair, and rebuild these engines has been somewhat of a mystery for those without access to the factory manuals―until now. This book covers the vast majority of Power Stroke Diesel engines on the road, and includes the story of their design. Each major system used within the Power Stroke engines is described and discussed in detail, with full-color photos of every critical component. A complete step-by-step engine rebuild of both the 7.3L and 6.0L engines is also included. Also included are a wide range of engine building tips, charts, graphs, and information-packed sidebars to share even more information. Detailed graphics show the engine’s various system designs.
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- There are no torques specs anywhere. Tolerance tables would also be nice but torque specs are a requirement for a rebuilding book.
- The performance section surveys just basic bolt-on stuff like air intake, exhaust, gauges, and tuning. A much more relevant discussion for a rebuilder is what engine modifications or replacements are recommended. Things like EBV delete, EGR delete, different injectors, fuel and oil crossovers, up-pipe leaks, and turbo options.
- The 6.0 engine has known reliability problems but can be made right with proper modifications. There should be a section in the books which describes what needs to be done for this engine during a rebuild.
- The product placements get old. One gets plugs for everything from gaskets and bolts to paint. Assuming the author got endorsement money, the book should have been nearly free.
That all said, I've never seen a rebuild book with so many quality pictures and the author does a good job of separating the 7.3 and 6.0 engines to remove any confusion. However, 2 chapters of the Haynes Ford Superduty Pickup repair manual has more information for a Powerstroke engine rebuild than this entire book.