6.0L Power Stroke Engine and DrivetrainDiscussion of the 6.0L Power Stroke diesel engine and drivetrain in the 2003-Up Super Duties and Excursions. No gas engine discussion allowed except on transmissions and drivetrain that pertain to all models. Please confine discussion of topics in this forum to those items that are specific to the 6.0L Power Stroke engine.
Around January, I asked you guys about a coolant leak issue I had on my 2004 6.0, and you really helped me out. I narrowed it down to the EGR cooler hose. I deployed over to Iraq in the end of January, so I tried to get to my local dealership...Ha Ha...what a joke... and get this hose. Well, of course, they order me the wrong one. So I ran out of time to swap it out before I left. I'm coming home in a few weeks, and I would like to swap this hose out and head from S.C., to Ill to go pick up my daughter for the summer. As you can understand, as soon as I touch ground, I want to eliminate any down time holding me from seeing my daughter while waiting on parts. I looked at it before I left, and it can be done without taking off the turbo and pedestal. So what I'm getting at is:
Does anyone have the part number for just the Orange hose off of the EGR cooler? The dealer wants me to buy an entire kit @ several hundred dollars. I just need that hose. Please help me with the part number, and possibly where to order it so I can have it waiting on me when I get home. Thanks in advance guys. You are always there with good info.
I did mine on my 2004 and found it easier to remove the coolant cover. I used a 1/4" drive torex bit with a wrench to loosen the screws, once the cover is off it makes it easier to put the new hose on and take the old hose off.
Craig, that is great input. When I did mine I was doing the oil cooler so I had everything out but doing it on the truck that would make it easier. The coolant cover is a small cover that the hose connects to and if I remember right it has a kind of egg shaped rubber seal behind it that seals it to the oil cooler.
2004 F250 XLT 6.0 L
Tsansone23, with a story like I wish I was closer to help so it would be ready when you touch down, sorry I am not.
fonecop1 that was a great offer!
Stay safe over there and make sure you drive that bad boy hard and fast to see your daughter.
BTW your in for a shock with the diesel prices when you get back.
2012 6.7 DRW Lariat 4x4 crew, tuxedo metallic black with black leather interior. Factory installed gooseneck prep. (It's too early to say anything good or bad. Lets hope ALL good is on its way! ) 7,000 Miles and still satisfied!
Thanks for all the help and support guys. Especially fonecop1. I still did some research on this part though, and this is what i came up with. Hopefully this helps anyone with future issues. So here's what I have:
Description - CONN ASY-WTR OLET
Prefix - 4C4Z
Base - 8592
Suffix - AA
Engineering Number - 4C4O8592AA
Proprietary Part Number - NAVISTAR
International Part Number - 1837845C2
Ford Part Number - 8592 (RH-153)
All of this information I found through the Ford parts catalog and cross-referenced everything with International and Ford. Hope this helps some folks in the future.
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