Domestic Diesel News
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Ford has a little known secret that Super Duty owners should know about. If you own a 2011-up Super Duty, a few factory conveniences can
After the 6.7L Scorpion Motor was introduced in late 2010, it was hailed throughout the 2011 model year as an all-new and revolutionary diesel. While
Ford introduced the 6.0-liter Power Stroke V-8 in 2003, as a new and purportedly better replacement for the 7.3. Both engines used electronic fuel injection, but while the 1994-2003 7.3 was controlled by an injector control module, or ICM, the new 6.0L engine used a new unit called the fuel injection control module, or FICM. All 6.0L Power Stroke engines built from 2003 until 2010 use a FICM, but not all FICMs are the same.
Domestic Diesel will be attending this years SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada from October 30th – November 2nd, 2018.
Diesel truck engines have occasional mechanical issues due to poor maintenance or faulty components. One major failure with diesel engines occurs in the fuel delivery system. One of the culprits can be fuel injectors.
A transmission is not something that most truck owners think about… until one fails, that is. The most common cause of failure in an automatic transmission is not age; it’s excessive heat.