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6L specs and more.

This information listed is pulled from 2007 F2504x4 6L specs

Vehicle: Fluid Type Specifications

Automatic Transmission Fluid Type Specification
Ford Part Number - XT-6-QSP
Ford Specification - Mercon SP
Note: Ensure the correct automatic transmission fluid is used. Transmission fluid requirements are indicated on the dipstick handle. Check the container to verify the fluid being added is of the correct type.


BRAKE FLUID AND CLUTCH FLUID
Motorcraft High Performance DOT 3 Motor Vehicle Brake Fluid
Ford Part Number - PM-1
Ford Specification - ESA-M6C25-A or WSS-M2C62-A


Coolant
ENGINE COOLANT
Motorcraft Premium Gold Engine Coolant (yellow-colored)
Ford Part Number: VC-7-B
Ford Specification: WSS-M97B51-A1

FRONT AXLE LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS
Motorcraft SAE 80W-90 Premium Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-80W90-QL
Ford Specification - WSP-M2C197-A


REAR AXLE LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS
Ford 10.50 Inch Axle
Motorcraft SAE 75W-140 Synthetic Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-75W140_QL
Ford Specification - WSL-M2C192-A

DANA 80
Motorcraft SAE 75W-90 Premium Synthetic Transaxle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XT-75W90-QGT

DANA S110/S130
Motorcraft SAE 75W-140 Synthetic Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-75W140-QL
Ford Specification - WSL-M2C192-A
NOTE: Add 8 oz. (236 ml) of Additive Friction Modifier XL-3 or equivalent meeting Ford Specification EST-M2C118-A for complete refill of
limited slip Ford axles. Ford design rear axles contain a synthetic lubricant that does not require changing unless the axle has been submerged in water.


FRONT AXLE LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS
Motorcraft SAE 80W-90 Premium Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-80W90-QL
Ford Specification - WSP-M2C197-A

REAR AXLE LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS
Ford 10.50 Inch Axle
Motorcraft SAE 75W-140 Synthetic Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-75W140_QL
Ford Specification - WSL-M2C192-A

DANA 80
Motorcraft SAE 75W-90 Premium Synthetic Transaxle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XT-75W90-QGT

DANA S110/S130
Motorcraft SAE 75W-140 Synthetic Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-75W140-QL
Ford Specification - WSL-M2C192-A
NOTE: Add 8 oz. (236 ml) of Additive Friction Modifier XL-3 or equivalent meeting Ford Specification EST-M2C118-A for complete refill of limited slip Ford axles. Ford design rear axles contain a synthetic lubricant that does not require changing unless the axle has been submerged in water.


BRAKE FLUID AND CLUTCH FLUID
Motorcraft High Performance DOT 3 Motor Vehicle Brake Fluid
Ford Part Number: PM-1
Ford Specification: ESA-M6C25-A or WSS-M6C62-A

Manual Transmission
Manual Transmission Fluid: - Motorcraft MERCON ATF
Ford Part Number: - XT-2-QDX
Ford Specifications: - MERCON

Power Steering
Power Steering Fluid: - Motorcraft MERCON ATF
Ford Part Number: - XT-2-QDX
Ford Specifications: - MERCON


Wheel Bearing
SPINDLE BEARING LUBRICANT
High Temperature 4X4 Front Axle and Wheel bearing Grease
Ford Part Number - XG-11 (FAD)
Ford Specification - ESTZ-19590-A / ESA-M1C198-A

Transfer Case
Transfer Case Fluid: - Motorcraft MERCON ATF
Ford Part Number: - XT-2-QDX
Ford Specifications: - MERCON
_________________________________________

Vehicle: Capacity Specifications



Coolant
Cooling System - 27.5 quarts (26.0L)
NOTE: Includes heater and 5.0 quarts (4.7L) in coolant recovery.


Front Axle Fluid Capacity Specification

Front Axle - 5.8 Pints ( 2.8 L. )
Rear Axle Fluid Capacity Specifications
10.50 inch Ring Gear - 6.9 Pints ( 3.3 L ) *
Dana 80
Conventional and Truetrac - 8.5 Pints ( 4.0 L ) *
Trac-Lok - 8.0 Pints ( 3.8 L ) *
Dana S110 and S130 - 14 Pints ( 6.6 L ) *
* NOTE: Add 8 oz. (236 ml) of Additive Friction Modifier XL-3 or equivalent meeting Ford Specification EST-M2C118-A for complete refill of limited slip Ford axles. Ford design rear axles contain a synthetic lubricant that does not require changing unless the axle has been submerged in water.


Engine Oil

Engine Oil - 15.0 quarts (14.2L)
NOTE: Includes 1 quart (1.0L) in engine oil filter.


Fuel Tank Capacity
361 cm (142 in) or 396 cm (156 in) wheelbase- 115.5 liters (30.5 gallons)
348 cm (137 in), 401 cm (158 in) or 437 cm (172 in) wheelbase- 144 liters (38 gallons)
Narrow frame aft-of-axle tank standard equipment- 151 liters (40 gallons)
Narrow frame midship tank (optional)- 72 liters (19 gallons)


MANUAL TRANSMISSION FLUID

ZF 6-Speed Manual Transmission
Transmission w/o oil cooler - 5.81 quarts (5.5L)
Transmission oil cooler - 0.53 quarts (0.5L)


Automatic Transmission Fluid Capacity Specification
Mercon SP - 19.2 Quarts ( 18.0 L )


Transfer case
Transfer case fluid - 2.0 quarts (1.9L)


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Engine Oil Pressure(low pressure)

Oil pressure - minimum - 82.7 kPa (12 psi) at 700 rpm, 165.5 kPa (24 psi) at 1,200 rpm and 310.3 kPa (45 psi) at 1,800 rpm with engine at operating temperature.

Fuel Pressure

6.0L diesel operating fuel line primary pump pressure- 310-379 kPa (45-55 psi)
Key on, engine running- 310-379 kPa (45-55 psi)
Key on, engine off- 0-379 kPa (0-55 psi)


Thermostat, Engine Cooling
Thermostat Opening Temperatures
Starts to open - 87-91C (189-196F)
Fully open - 104C (219F)
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From user bismic

Coolant types
Coolant can be VC-7-A OR VC-7-B (B just has a "bittering agent").

Transmission temperature:
The panel gage will show the transmission temperature as fully warmed up at 50 *F. Between 100-220 *F the needle will remain in the same position on the gauge. At 230 *F it will move up slightly to the middle of the normal range. At 250 *F it will move to Yellow. The gage moves to red at 280 *F. This is supported on page 36 of the OBDII Theory and Operations manual. The tow/haul light will flash at 275 *F.

Engine Temperature Control:
Engine temperature is not the only parameter that the PCM monitors to determine cooling fan operation. This is the reason that you will see some variation in engine temperature as it correlates to fan operation. The operation/description of the FSS (Fan Speed Sensor) from the PC/ED manual has a fairly good explanation as to how the system "thinks". This is not your traditional engine hits temp X and the fan clutch locks up. The fan speed sensor is a Hall-Effect sensor integral to the vistronic drive fan (VDF). The powertrain control module (PCM) will monitor the sensor input and control the VDF speed based upon engine coolant temperature (ECT), transmission fluid temperature (TFT) and intake air temperature (IAT) requirements. When an increase in fan speed for vehicle cooling is requested, the PCM will monitor the FSS signal and output the required pulse width modulated (PWM) signal to a fluid port valve within the VDF.

My understanding of fuel pressure:
Fuel pressure is regulated to 100 psig out of the HFCM.
Then a recirculation regulator opens at 60 psig to take the fuel back to the HFCM.

Oil Temp:

Oil temperature is usually 10-25 *F above coolant temp. Engine begins to defuel at 254 *F oil temp. Oil temperature should NEVER exceed the ECT by more than 25 *F.

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GLOW PLUG SYSTEM


Glow Plug Control Module
The 6.0L diesel engine uses a glow plug system that preheats air in the combustion chamber to improve cold engine starting.
The system consists of:
- glow plugs.
- glow plug control module.
- powertrain control module (PCM).
- engine oil temperature (EOT) sensor.
- barometric pressure sensor (BARO sensor).
The glow plug monitor system is part of the On-Board Diagnostics II (OBD II) System.
The glow plug system is electronically controlled by the powertrain control module. If the oil temperature is below 55(131F) the powertrain control
module will energize the glow plugs immediately after the key is placed in the ON position. Then, depending on the readings from the engine oil
temperature (EOT) sensor and the barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the powertrain control module determines how long the glow plugs will be on.
Glow Plugs - PCM-Controlled
The glow plugs are located in the cylinder heads, under the glow plug wiring harness.
The glow plugs are self-regulating. If the engine oil temperature is above 55C (131F), the powertrain control module will bulb-check the
WAIT-TO-START lamp but not energize the glow plug relay.
The glow plug ON time varies from 0-120 seconds depending on battery voltage, engine oil temperature and barometric pressure.
The glow plug ON time is independent of the WAIT-TO-START lamp ON time.
The glow plug control monitor (GPCM) system is designed to find failed glow plugs or failed wiring in the glow plug system.
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Engine

Displacement - 6L (365 cubic inch)
Bore - 95 mm(3.74in)
Stroke - 105mm(4.13in)
Firing order 1-2-7-3-4-5-6-8
Compression ratio - 18.0:1


Cylinder head and valve train


Cylinder head gasket 0.05mm(0.002in) per 51
surface flatness mm(2in)
0.10mm(0.004in) per
Total surface area

cylinder head thickness
Minimum - 95mm(3.74in)

Valve face angle - Exhaust 37.5 degrees
Intake 30 degrees

Valve seat width - Exhaust 1.80-2.56mm(0.071-0.101in)
Intake 1.48-2.24mm(0.058-0.088in)

Vlave seat runout - 0.0035mm(0.0014in)

Camshaft

Gear backlash - 0.179-0.315mm(0.007-0.012in)
Lobe lift - Intake 3.744mm(0.2261in)
Exhaust 5.832mm(0.2296in)

Allowable lobe lift loss - 0.51mm(0.02in)

Cylinder block


Cylinder bore diameter - 94.999-95.001mm(3.7401-3.7402in)
cylinder bore maximum out of round - 0.05mm(0.002in)

Head gasket surface flatness

0.10mm(0.004in) across the total area
0.05mm(0.002in) across and 150mm(5.9in)x150mm(5.9in) area
0.025mm(0.001in) across any 25mm(0.98in)x25mm(0.98in) area




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Coolant can be VC-7-A OR VC-7-B (B just has a "bittering agent").

Transmission temperature:
The panel gage will show the transmission temperature as fully warmed up at 50 *F. Between 100-220 *F the needle will remain in the same position on the gauge. At 230 *F it will move up slightly to the middle of the normal range. At 250 *F it will move to Yellow. The gage moves to red at 280 *F. This is supported on page 36 of the OBDII Theory and Operations manual. The tow/haul light will flash at 275 *F.

Engine Temperature Control:
Engine temperature is not the only parameter that the PCM monitors to determine cooling fan operation. This is the reason that you will see some variation in engine temperature as it correlates to fan operation. The operation/description of the FSS (Fan Speed Sensor) from the PC/ED manual has a fairly good explanation as to how the system "thinks". This is not your traditional engine hits temp X and the fan clutch locks up. The fan speed sensor is a Hall-Effect sensor integral to the vistronic drive fan (VDF). The powertrain control module (PCM) will monitor the sensor input and control the VDF speed based upon engine coolant temperature (ECT), transmission fluid temperature (TFT) and intake air temperature (IAT) requirements. When an increase in fan speed for vehicle cooling is requested, the PCM will monitor the FSS signal and output the required pulse width modulated (PWM) signal to a fluid port valve within the VDF.

My understanding of fuel pressure:
Fuel pressure is regulated to 100 psig out of the HFCM.
Then a recirculation regulator opens at 60 psig to take the fuel back to the HFCM.

Oil Temp:
Oil temperature is usually 10-25 *F above coolant temp. Engine begins to defuel at 254 *F oil temp. Oil temperature should NEVER exceed the ECT by more than 25 *F.
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CHARGING SYSTEM

The charging system is a negative ground system consisting of the following:
- generator(s)
- internal voltage regulator
- charging system warning indicator
- storage battery
- necessary wiring and cables


Generator
The generator is belt-driven by the engine accessory drive system.

The single generator system consists of the generator mounted on the top right of the engine (diesel) or top center of the engine (gas). The gas
engines use a 3G 115-amp generator with a 2.71:1 pulley ratio. The 6.0L diesel engine uses a 6G 110-amp generator with a 2.79:1 pulley ratio.

The dual generator package consists of an upper/lower dual generator system. The 6.0L upper generator is a VR42 140-amp generator with a 2.79:1
pulley ratio. The 6.0L lower generator is a 4G 120-amp generator with a 3.00:1 pulley ratio. The upper and lower generators are not interchangeable.

In the single generator system, with the key in the ON position, voltage is supplied through the instrument cluster warning indicator I circuit to the
voltage regulator. The regulator grounds this circuit and the charging system warning indicator is illuminated. When the engine is started, the
regulator removes the ground on this circuit and the warning indicator turns off.

On the dual generator system, the PCM controls the charging system warning indicator and commands the lamp on if the PCM detects a concern on
the monitored circuits.

The dual generator system is also monitored and controlled by the PCM. The PCM monitors both the upper and lower generator I circuits to
determine the output of both generators and sets possible diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs). The PCM controls the lower generator by turning it off
when the glow plug system is commanded on by the PCM to avoid possible damage (excessive voltage) to the glow plugs. As soon as the glow plug
system stops cycling, the PCM powers up the lower generator.

The dual generators operate independently of each other. The control is through the internal voltage regulators. If one generator fails, the other
generator can maintain system performance under light load conditions. Under a heavy load, the PCM detects a concern, sets a DTC, and illuminates
the warning indicator.

The set voltage varies with temperature and is typically higher in cold temperatures than in warm temperatures. This allows for better battery
recharge in the winter and reduces the chance of overcharging in the summer.




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Thank U for sending the Block/Head spec.s {6.0L} ,is there any chance that MAYBE U could send some more Head Spec.s? *vlv.guide 'instl hgt.' & clearance[int & exh] * [int & exh] vlv.recess or Instl. Vlv.Height>which ever Ford supplies< * How about vlv.sprg. spec.s [Free Length , correct tension @ vlv.sprg.[int/exh] Closed Height & anything else might have missed ? If U can , it would HELP a Lot
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This information listed is pulled from 2007 F2504x4 6L specs

Vehicle: Fluid Type Specifications

Automatic Transmission Fluid Type Specification
Ford Part Number - XT-6-QSP
Ford Specification - Mercon SP
Note: Ensure the correct automatic transmission fluid is used. Transmission fluid requirements are indicated on the dipstick handle. Check the container to verify the fluid being added is of the correct type.


BRAKE FLUID AND CLUTCH FLUID
Motorcraft High Performance DOT 3 Motor Vehicle Brake Fluid
Ford Part Number - PM-1
Ford Specification - ESA-M6C25-A or WSS-M2C62-A


Coolant
ENGINE COOLANT
Motorcraft Premium Gold Engine Coolant (yellow-colored)
Ford Part Number: VC-7-B
Ford Specification: WSS-M97B51-A1

FRONT AXLE LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS
Motorcraft SAE 80W-90 Premium Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-80W90-QL
Ford Specification - WSP-M2C197-A


REAR AXLE LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS
Ford 10.50 Inch Axle
Motorcraft SAE 75W-140 Synthetic Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-75W140_QL
Ford Specification - WSL-M2C192-A

DANA 80
Motorcraft SAE 75W-90 Premium Synthetic Transaxle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XT-75W90-QGT

DANA S110/S130
Motorcraft SAE 75W-140 Synthetic Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-75W140-QL
Ford Specification - WSL-M2C192-A
NOTE: Add 8 oz. (236 ml) of Additive Friction Modifier XL-3 or equivalent meeting Ford Specification EST-M2C118-A for complete refill of
limited slip Ford axles. Ford design rear axles contain a synthetic lubricant that does not require changing unless the axle has been submerged in water.


FRONT AXLE LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS
Motorcraft SAE 80W-90 Premium Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-80W90-QL
Ford Specification - WSP-M2C197-A

REAR AXLE LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS
Ford 10.50 Inch Axle
Motorcraft SAE 75W-140 Synthetic Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-75W140_QL
Ford Specification - WSL-M2C192-A

DANA 80
Motorcraft SAE 75W-90 Premium Synthetic Transaxle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XT-75W90-QGT

DANA S110/S130
Motorcraft SAE 75W-140 Synthetic Rear Axle Lubricant
Ford Part Number - XY-75W140-QL
Ford Specification - WSL-M2C192-A
NOTE: Add 8 oz. (236 ml) of Additive Friction Modifier XL-3 or equivalent meeting Ford Specification EST-M2C118-A for complete refill of limited slip Ford axles. Ford design rear axles contain a synthetic lubricant that does not require changing unless the axle has been submerged in water.


BRAKE FLUID AND CLUTCH FLUID
Motorcraft High Performance DOT 3 Motor Vehicle Brake Fluid
Ford Part Number: PM-1
Ford Specification: ESA-M6C25-A or WSS-M6C62-A

Manual Transmission
Manual Transmission Fluid: - Motorcraft MERCON ATF
Ford Part Number: - XT-2-QDX
Ford Specifications: - MERCON

Power Steering
Power Steering Fluid: - Motorcraft MERCON ATF
Ford Part Number: - XT-2-QDX
Ford Specifications: - MERCON


Wheel Bearing
SPINDLE BEARING LUBRICANT
High Temperature 4X4 Front Axle and Wheel bearing Grease
Ford Part Number - XG-11 (FAD)
Ford Specification - ESTZ-19590-A / ESA-M1C198-A

Transfer Case
Transfer Case Fluid: - Motorcraft MERCON ATF
Ford Part Number: - XT-2-QDX
Ford Specifications: - MERCON
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Vehicle: Capacity Specifications



Coolant
Cooling System - 27.5 quarts (26.0L)
NOTE: Includes heater and 5.0 quarts (4.7L) in coolant recovery.


Front Axle Fluid Capacity Specification

Front Axle - 5.8 Pints ( 2.8 L. )
Rear Axle Fluid Capacity Specifications
10.50 inch Ring Gear - 6.9 Pints ( 3.3 L ) *
Dana 80
Conventional and Truetrac - 8.5 Pints ( 4.0 L ) *
Trac-Lok - 8.0 Pints ( 3.8 L ) *
Dana S110 and S130 - 14 Pints ( 6.6 L ) *
* NOTE: Add 8 oz. (236 ml) of Additive Friction Modifier XL-3 or equivalent meeting Ford Specification EST-M2C118-A for complete refill of limited slip Ford axles. Ford design rear axles contain a synthetic lubricant that does not require changing unless the axle has been submerged in water.


Engine Oil

Engine Oil - 15.0 quarts (14.2L)
NOTE: Includes 1 quart (1.0L) in engine oil filter.


Fuel Tank Capacity
361 cm (142 in) or 396 cm (156 in) wheelbase- 115.5 liters (30.5 gallons)
348 cm (137 in), 401 cm (158 in) or 437 cm (172 in) wheelbase- 144 liters (38 gallons)
Narrow frame aft-of-axle tank standard equipment- 151 liters (40 gallons)
Narrow frame midship tank (optional)- 72 liters (19 gallons)


MANUAL TRANSMISSION FLUID

ZF 6-Speed Manual Transmission
Transmission w/o oil cooler - 5.81 quarts (5.5L)
Transmission oil cooler - 0.53 quarts (0.5L)


Automatic Transmission Fluid Capacity Specification
Mercon SP - 19.2 Quarts ( 18.0 L )


Transfer case
Transfer case fluid - 2.0 quarts (1.9L)


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Engine Oil Pressure(low pressure)

Oil pressure - minimum - 82.7 kPa (12 psi) at 700 rpm, 165.5 kPa (24 psi) at 1,200 rpm and 310.3 kPa (45 psi) at 1,800 rpm with engine at operating temperature.

Fuel Pressure

6.0L diesel operating fuel line primary pump pressure- 310-379 kPa (45-55 psi)
Key on, engine running- 310-379 kPa (45-55 psi)
Key on, engine off- 0-379 kPa (0-55 psi)


Thermostat, Engine Cooling
Thermostat Opening Temperatures
Starts to open - 87-91C (189-196F)
Fully open - 104C (219F)
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From user bismic

Coolant types
Coolant can be VC-7-A OR VC-7-B (B just has a "bittering agent").

Transmission temperature:
The panel gage will show the transmission temperature as fully warmed up at 50 *F. Between 100-220 *F the needle will remain in the same position on the gauge. At 230 *F it will move up slightly to the middle of the normal range. At 250 *F it will move to Yellow. The gage moves to red at 280 *F. This is supported on page 36 of the OBDII Theory and Operations manual. The tow/haul light will flash at 275 *F.

Engine Temperature Control:
Engine temperature is not the only parameter that the PCM monitors to determine cooling fan operation. This is the reason that you will see some variation in engine temperature as it correlates to fan operation. The operation/description of the FSS (Fan Speed Sensor) from the PC/ED manual has a fairly good explanation as to how the system "thinks". This is not your traditional engine hits temp X and the fan clutch locks up. The fan speed sensor is a Hall-Effect sensor integral to the vistronic drive fan (VDF). The powertrain control module (PCM) will monitor the sensor input and control the VDF speed based upon engine coolant temperature (ECT), transmission fluid temperature (TFT) and intake air temperature (IAT) requirements. When an increase in fan speed for vehicle cooling is requested, the PCM will monitor the FSS signal and output the required pulse width modulated (PWM) signal to a fluid port valve within the VDF.

My understanding of fuel pressure:
Fuel pressure is regulated to 100 psig out of the HFCM.
Then a recirculation regulator opens at 60 psig to take the fuel back to the HFCM.

Oil Temp:

Oil temperature is usually 10-25 *F above coolant temp. Engine begins to defuel at 254 *F oil temp. Oil temperature should NEVER exceed the ECT by more than 25 *F.

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GLOW PLUG SYSTEM


Glow Plug Control Module
The 6.0L diesel engine uses a glow plug system that preheats air in the combustion chamber to improve cold engine starting.
The system consists of:
- glow plugs.
- glow plug control module.
- powertrain control module (PCM).
- engine oil temperature (EOT) sensor.
- barometric pressure sensor (BARO sensor).
The glow plug monitor system is part of the On-Board Diagnostics II (OBD II) System.
The glow plug system is electronically controlled by the powertrain control module. If the oil temperature is below 55(131F) the powertrain control
module will energize the glow plugs immediately after the key is placed in the ON position. Then, depending on the readings from the engine oil
temperature (EOT) sensor and the barometric pressure (BARO) sensor, the powertrain control module determines how long the glow plugs will be on.
Glow Plugs - PCM-Controlled
The glow plugs are located in the cylinder heads, under the glow plug wiring harness.
The glow plugs are self-regulating. If the engine oil temperature is above 55C (131F), the powertrain control module will bulb-check the
WAIT-TO-START lamp but not energize the glow plug relay.
The glow plug ON time varies from 0-120 seconds depending on battery voltage, engine oil temperature and barometric pressure.
The glow plug ON time is independent of the WAIT-TO-START lamp ON time.
The glow plug control monitor (GPCM) system is designed to find failed glow plugs or failed wiring in the glow plug system.
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Engine

Displacement - 6L (365 cubic inch)
Bore - 95 mm(3.74in)
Stroke - 105mm(4.13in)
Firing order 1-2-7-3-4-5-6-8
Compression ratio - 18.0:1


Cylinder head and valve train


Cylinder head gasket 0.05mm(0.002in) per 51
surface flatness mm(2in)
0.10mm(0.004in) per
Total surface area

cylinder head thickness
Minimum - 95mm(3.74in)

Valve face angle - Exhaust 37.5 degrees
Intake 30 degrees

Valve seat width - Exhaust 1.80-2.56mm(0.071-0.101in)
Intake 1.48-2.24mm(0.058-0.088in)

Vlave seat runout - 0.0035mm(0.0014in)

Camshaft

Gear backlash - 0.179-0.315mm(0.007-0.012in)
Lobe lift - Intake 3.744mm(0.2261in)
Exhaust 5.832mm(0.2296in)

Allowable lobe lift loss - 0.51mm(0.02in)

Cylinder block


Cylinder bore diameter - 94.999-95.001mm(3.7401-3.7402in)
cylinder bore maximum out of round - 0.05mm(0.002in)

Head gasket surface flatness

0.10mm(0.004in) across the total area
0.05mm(0.002in) across and 150mm(5.9in)x150mm(5.9in) area
0.025mm(0.001in) across any 25mm(0.98in)x25mm(0.98in) area
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