a diesl does not have a PCV valve a diesel does not create vaccum as does a gas engine foed diesel engines have a vaccuum pump, located beneath and to side of a/c pump,this pump is to compensate and produce vaccuum for brakes, and is driven by serpentine belt
The separator is valve handle is on the firewall side of the fuel canister
15 qts including the filter change.
The 6.0L Powerstroke turbo diesel engine produces 325 bitchpower. yea that's right.....bitchpower
14qts Rotella T 15W40
how do you change the oil filter on 2006 f250 diesel?
should be in your owners manual
The oil capacity for the 6.0 Powerstoke Diesel is 15 quarts.
In 1992 the only diesel engine ford offered in it's F250/350 trucks was the 7.3 IDI naturally aspirated diesel. It wasn't a powerstroke engine. Powerstroke engines were introduced in 1994 and were direct injection diesel engines. A 1992 7.3 IDI did not have a turbo.
350 horsepower f250/350 325 horsepower f450 650 ftlbs f250/350 600ftlbs f450
Every other oil change, drain water valve once a month.
Store under the drain pan of the transmission.
2002 diesel 7.3 will ho;d 14 quarts of engine oil
That depends on which engine is in it. If it is the 6.0 Powerstroke diesel, the oil capacity is 15 quarts.
driver side front bottom behind powersteering pump
there is a fuel pump under the driver side door on the frame.
on top of the motor
I don't know what average miles per hour is, but max speed for the 7.3L Powerstroke Diesel is around 105 miles per hour. And if you meant to type miles per gallon (mpg), the combined average of a 7.3L Powerstroke is from 17mpg to 19mpg.
Normally that would be the low fuel warning light
on the top of one of the valve covers is where it should be
Under the valve covers
do you mean 6.0L Powerstroke Diesel? i think that motor weighs around 750lbs, not real sure
should be on top of the engine. it doesent look like a normal fuel filter.
No spark plugs on a diesel
On the door jam sticker of my 1997 Ford F250 with 7.3 Powerstroke diesel the transmission code is "E". I have the E4OD automatic.
That depends.... Is it a powerstroke. You see my 94 f250 was built in Dec. of 93 but sold as a 94 model, therefore it has the old 7.3 (nonpowerstroke) IDI turbo engine and not the 7.3 powerstroke, which I believe has a different size oil filter.