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Old 09-25-2008, 03:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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reman turbo antiseize?

I just got a reman turbo from the stealership part#1877833c91.

Should I antiseize the ring before I install the turbo?

What did they do to fix the problem on these turbos?


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Read what FDR. says about assembly. Reliability is anyone's guess?FDDTS - Turbocharger Reconditioning
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i would leave it alone. the new turbos are machined a little different to keep rust from building up. i havent seen replacement turbos go bad unless something else is going wrong with the truck.
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taxi..is this t. for a 6L?

fboy...curious, how would being machined alittle different keep rust from building up? TIA
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Yes 03 6.0 with 65,000 miles
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Read what FDR. says about assembly. Reliability is anyone's guess?FDDTS - Turbocharger Reconditioning


I tried to do this first and it was so pitted up under the ring and the ring had to be pried off the housing so I got a reman turbo but they say they fixed the problem with them???? we will see.

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I have seen the new style CRH bind but it is very rare. The use of anti-seize is not meant to provide lubrication but rather to protect the metal from rusting and it should be applied in a very thin coating. Ford remans come doused with clean engine oil and the turbocharger reconditioning TSB has us use oil. I don't see any point to the oil if the turbo is being serviced by a technician to be immediately reinstalled on an engine but if it is sitting on a shelf somewhere it prevents rusting. The Navistar TSB has us use anti seize. Which is better? In the long run I would say neither but high temperature anti-seize will last longer and oil will burn off immediately.

To the original poster, I would just install the turbo and be sure you have the updated oil drain tube.
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To the original poster, I would just install the turbo and be sure you have the updated oil drain tube.[/quote]


Well its off to the dealership again to order parts. You would think if it is a updated part they would send it with the turbo........ Why did they update the drain?? and man is that a muther funckner to get in.

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taxi...replies got me curious..change's made VGT 03/06 6L TURBO My t. replaced under warr. 11/06 # 3C3Z 6K682 BARM. Tube # 6C3Z 9T515 A which maybe one FDR. mentioned? I think tube diameter was increased, but don't recall for sure. Point is...

I got reman. t.....you just got a reman., but sounds like it will be a redesigned one. Makes me wonder if mine was a redesign.? Anyhow..Good luck!
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I think that is what they are changing on the newer 6.0 as far as what they did to my reman turbo???? who knows maybe more clearance between the housing and the ring I hope?? and as far as the updated oil drain the hole in thr intake and turbo is still the same size I will see Monday when the part gets here.


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To the original poster, I would just install the turbo and be sure you have the updated oil drain tube.

Well its off to the dealership again to order parts. You would think if it is a updated part they would send it with the turbo........ Why did they update the drain?? and man is that a muther funckner to get in.

Rob[/quote]

The updated drain pipe has a larger ID.... Ford tells us this will reduce coking and, from what I can see, it appears to help.... To install the drain, simply make sure everything is clean that needs to be clean, oil the O-rings and install the tube... If it's fighting back, something is wrong.
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