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Ford Defective 6.0L Engine Class Action Lawsuit

By Mike Holter

 

FordUPDATE: This case was consolidated with multiple other class action lawsuits into multidistrict litigation (In re: Navistar Diesel Engine Products Liability Litigation). The Court approved the Ford diesel engine class action settlement on July 2, but two appeals have been filed. The settlement cannot become effective until these appeals are resolved. Class Members are advised to check the status of these appeals on September 20, 2013.
 
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A Superior Court class action lawsuit claims Ford knowingly sold vehicles with defective 6.0-liter diesel engines in 2002 that caused numerous problems.

The Ford engine class action lawsuit states that despite being launched with “great fanfare” in 2002, by the end of its short production life, Ford’s 6.0L Engines had unprecedented repair rates, accounted for approximately 80% of all of Ford’s warranty spending on engines, and forced Ford to assemble a team of approximately 70 engineers to assist Ford’s supplier in identifying and resolving problems.

“Ultimately, Ford sued its engine supplier, Navistar, for $493 million for what it termed ‘exceptionally high repair rates and warranty costs due to quality problems attributable to Navistar,’ including ‘design flaws,’” the class action lawsuit continues.

The defective Ford engine class action lawsuit says Ford documents show that (1) Ford knew about issues regarding the 6.0L Engine even before the engine’s launch; (2) the same core concerns persisted throughout Ford’s production and sale of the 6.0L Engine; (3) Ford never had a “definitive repair action” for these issues; (4) most, if not all of these concerns had a “common cause;” and (5) Ford ultimately adopted a band-aid approach to reduce its “warranty spend,” without addressing the “common causes” of these problems.

The Ford defective 6.0L diesel engine class action lawsuit is brought on behalf of all California entities and residents who currently own or lease (or previously owned or leased) a vehicle with a Ford 6.0L diesel engine. It is seeking numerous damages, including:

- Out-of-pocket damages for engine repair/service;
- Deductibles paid when repairs were covered by warranty;
- Towing charges incurred from having incapacitated vehicles towed in for repair;
- Lost profits from the inability to use vehicles when the engine failed, the vehicle being stored at a Ford dealership awaiting repair, or the vehicle being insufficiently reliable to be put into service;
- Cost to overhaul or replace the defective 6.0L Engines;
- Diminution in value of the vehicles due to the defect;
- Decreased trade-in or selling value; and more.

A copy of the Defective Ford 6.0L Diesel Engine Class Action Lawsuit can be read here.

The case is David L. Adams v. Ford Motor Co., Case No. 37-2012-00091290-CU-BC-CTL, Superior Court of the State of California, County of San Diego.

 

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257 Comments

  • Anonymous February 2, 2012

    I have a 05 6.0 with less than 60k miles as of 2/1/12. Are they including all 6.0 and states? I have have all the issues, roughly 10k in repairs and Ford offered me a bumper to bumper warranty for just over 2k, retuned my engine to what I feel are below original specs to prevent future repairs.

    I would like to be included in any future updates to this lawsuit.

    • Jack enip Jr. May 12, 2014

      My truck is a 2005 F-350 Super Duty, 6 liter diesel. I spent this year 2014 over $10,000 replacing all 8 injectors and repairing the head gasket failure. I also replaced a failed low oil pressure sender $130 I spent around $6,000 upgrading all of the week parts with a Banks Power System and Bullet Proof upgrades. We had 2 extended warranties that took the vehicle up to 115,000 miles. They cost us over $6000. We had a failed FICM ($100 deductible fee), two separate clock spring failures ($200 deductible fees), speedometer failure ($100 deductible fee) ERG cooler failure ($100 deductible fee) entire front end replacement ($100 deductible fee), base plate gasket failure ($100 deductible fee) three different actions to replace failed injectors 2 each time. ($300 deductible fee). The deductibles cost total is $1000. The total to keep my truck running is $23130. I can’t imagine what the many Ford shops charged for the warranty work they did. The aftermarket studs alone to correct the bad design with the head gasket failure were $644.

      • chuck stewart August 7, 2014

        i had to do the same thing with my 2003 f350 deisel how can i get into the law suit
        chuck 949-586-7698

  • Anonymous February 17, 2012

    Egr collet bad again know head gaskets bad and the terbo is giving my problems to can’t trade it in I’ll lose 10 grand this sucks no will by it eat her because of the problems with thes things thay got a bad rep and on one wants em

  • Anonymous February 21, 2012

    What do we need to do if we are having problems and just bought the truck? We are not happy!!

  • Anonymous February 28, 2012

    How do we get in on this???
    I have a 6.0 nothing but problems

  • Anonymous February 28, 2012

    I would like to join too. My 2005 F250 6.0 lost the egr cooler and head gaskets at 66,000 miles and cost $8,000 to fix and update with egr delete, head studs and good gaskets. Engine light has been on ever since. Never came on when it blew up though.

  • Anonymous February 28, 2012

    I would like to get in on the lawsuit. And for your information. Check your bill. The mechanic are so good at fixing the 6.0 because of all the practice that they do it in way under the allowed Ford book labor hours. My F350 6.0 When in and he had it fixed in 7 hrs. Ford allows 17.7 hours and that is what they charge us for. Which means I paid over $200 per hour on the labor to fix a problem they knew they had. What a deal for the dealerships. After I screamed a while they nocked off $300 but the labor was still $1200 for 7 hours. You do the math.

  • Anonymous February 29, 2012

    I have a 2003 ford and has been a maintenance nightmare in the last few months. The truck has 77000 miles on it and I just replaced the fuel injection control module (ficm), injector control pressure sensor (icp sensor), and now I have a alarm on the #7 injector high voltage aka injectors out. I took it to the shop to get injector replaced and the mechanic advised me the truck either has low fuel or oil pressure, and a leak in the charge air. I have dumped thousands into this truck already and now I’m looking at thousands more. What can i do.

  • Anonymous February 29, 2012

    I have a 2005 diesel with 78,100 miles. 7 injectors went out all at once. Egr cooler went out and the head gaskets as well. Leaked coolent into the oil. Not to mention my engine block cracked. Happened a week before christmas. All in all cost me $14,485.60 to fix. I never ever had something like this go wrong on a vehicle before. How,or am I even able to get in on the class action law suite?

  • Anonymous March 2, 2012

    2006 F 350 dulley egr cooler headgaskets studs bullet proof mods and stil a problem just spit all the water on the street when i got home lastnight after 10.000 in repairs I have had enough sighn me up!

  • Anonymous March 4, 2012

    I own a 2004 Ford diesel. Have replaced the turbo 3 times and EGR. Ford knew they had a problem with the engine before they put the truck on the market. But still sold them to loyal Ford buyers. Im in the hole for over 9K and just sick that Ford would turn out to be crooks.
    I will definitly be in on that class action law suit.
    Pensacola, Florida

  • Anonymous March 27, 2012

    I’m feeling a little disgusted as well. I have the same issues as everyone else. I’m stuck with the truck. It’s too expensive to fix and not worth anything for a trade because no one will buy it. Ford should take some responsibility with their issues. Every 6.0 out there has this issue or will have it. It is clearly a design flaw. I’m keeping all my receipts to get reimbursed…hopefully!

  • Anonymous March 27, 2012

    Does anyone know how to get involved with this? A name of a lawyer or a # to call?

    • marvin smith April 17, 2014

      Several years ago I joined in this class action law suit on the 6.0 Ford Navistar. I had lots of problems with mine. Finally sold it and an $18000,00 loss on it. The response from my dealer, go pee up a rope. I would like to know what kind of progress is being made if any.

  • Anonymous March 28, 2012

    Im having issues also.I have a 2006 250. I have replaced the fuel pump twice, my fuel injectors are out and the truck is in the shop as I type. The engine revs before it will shift. Gaskets leaking and have been. I’m in for thousands and I know more is to come. Called ford today, they said my warranty expired last month. Last week when my check engine light came on and ford said oh we’ll sorry, it’s not covered. Please I need to know how to get in on this lawsuit. My truck is almost paid off. I will end up keeping it as decoration for my driveway because I won’t get much for it after trade in

  • Anonymous April 6, 2012

    I have a 6.0 f- 350 it’s a total money pit !!! First it was EGR sensor . Then we went to EGR cooler , that dripped onto wiring modeler and ruined that then we went EGR cooler going out and caused catistrofic engine Failure . My warranty was only 7000 miles over.Ford charged me 10,000.00 for a new engine block . So ever since the it’s been one thing after another rear end went out, radiator cracked , fan clutch went out . Another EGR. Sensor that trip was 3500.00.that just to name a few things not including regular maintance . And it’s not even paid for !!!! This truck sucks Ford has lost a dedicated customer forever!!!

  • Anonymous April 14, 2012

    I have a 2006 Ford F250 that has been in the shop 19 times I’d like to be included.

  • Anonymous April 25, 2012

    I have a 2005 6.o F250. Had work done to fix EGR cooler 3,000 also had work done to Turbo 800.00 truck is now blowing white smoke again and is losing power. Dealing with fuel tank and fuel pump issues.Looking at another 5,000 to fix this truck. We have always been a Ford family but they have stuck it to me this time. I am also looking for information for the lawsuit.

  • Anonymous May 1, 2012

    we not bay a truck we bay a big problems last years i pay 10000 dollar last mounth 6400 and today my truck is in the shop.we have 176000 miles on my truck dually 2003.

  • Anonymous May 4, 2012

    Have an 2006 F250 turbo diesel. Just turned 62,000 miles, it been in the shop now 13 times. 2 turbo chargers, 4 injectors, power steering pump, replaced EGR, check engine light is going to be the 1st light to burn out on this truck. Now I have it in the shop with a serious oil leak. The extended “service plan”, not warranty, isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. I have had a Ford all my life, never again..

  • Anonymous May 12, 2012

    I have a 2004 Excursion with the horrible 6.0L piece of crap that Ford unleashed on a very trustworthy public. I have 136k on the truck and just pulled the motor myself only to find the the block and one of the heads is destroyed. I have already spent over 10k in repairs and a new motor will be about the same. I still owe $6200 on it. I’m at a loss as to what to do now. Count me in the lawsuit.

  • Anonymous May 15, 2012

    Mine as well,87,000 miles 4 injectors,EGR and now heads are going, took it to Drew Ford and they could care less about customer loyalty!

  • Anonymous May 16, 2012

    Where can I sign up?
    I had an 04, 05 and 06. All of them have issues.
    Theese trucks were purchased for their supposed reliabillity, what a joke. Ford Motor Co. needs to offer compensation for excessive repairs

  • Anonymous May 30, 2012

    Bought my 04 used from a Ford dealer. It had a “buyback” title with a letter from Ford Motor Co. that the problem had been resolved. NOT! Spend a couple thousand dollars a year for repairs every year! Somebody please help!

  • Anonymous May 31, 2012

    05 f-350 bought new, gone thru one turbo already and now the egr and oil coolers have failed. all maintenance has been done and on time. screw ford I want my money back on this POS

  • Anonymous June 3, 2012

    I have a 2005 f250 6.0l The rads been replaced the turbo , now i have a leak in my head gasket and also some injectors have gone, I would really like to know how to get in on this lawsuit , so who do i get ahold of, i live in Ontario Canada, please let me know it would be greatly appreciated, I payed just under $80.000 CND for this truck I do not feel like spending another plus $15000 to $25000CND to get it back on road,please help

  • Anonymous June 7, 2012

    04 F-250. Spent half of it’s life in the shop since I got it. Please inform me on how i can help.

  • Anonymous June 18, 2012

    How can I get into the lawsuit thx have spent $6000.00 and dealer said this is common problem have fixed them and seen them come back in with same thing in 6 months

  • Anonymous June 19, 2012

    Same think with mine have spent 830 so far and another 6000 is required to get it going again. blew hoses and all kinds of stuff related including a failed block test how can i sign up to be a part of this suit. im very upset dont have this kind of money losing work losing jobs over this.

  • Anonymous June 25, 2012

    I bought a used 2006 F350 crewcab from a new car dealer with an extended warranty in Oct. 2011 and took a trip NY. to MT. on April 17,2012 when my turbo blew in New Lizbon WI on April 18,2012 They said i needed a new engine and they called the extended warr. co. & they would have to send out an inspector to check the engine. This took 5 days the inspector said only change the turbo, oil cooler, EGR cooler. The dealer did all that the inspector asked for and when they started my engine it sent more metal into the enging which blew the oil pump off the front of the engine. I then had to wait 5 more days for another inspector to come out to look and he would only approve a USED JUNK YARD engine to be installed in my truck which i only had 6 months and drove it for only 7,000 miles. It took the Warr. Co. 3 weeks to locate an engine for my truck and i didn’t get my truck back till May 17,2012 WOW!! Charles

  • Anonymous June 30, 2012

    I have a 2005 superduty with the 6.0 turbo went out that cost 3000.00 now the head gaskets, and head bolts thats a 5000.00 bill when will it all end please put me on this list I want to sue the you know what out of ford for this junk there selling, I cant believe all the people I keep running into with the same problems, please help???????

  • Anonymous July 12, 2012

    I have a 04 F250 6.0 and have last the EGR valve & Cooler along w/ the oil cooler–it is in the shop now and I don’t know what else they will find. Ford needs to make this right and reimburse us for our expense to replace these parts that ALL the Diesel shops indicate that these parts are destend to fail very early in the life of this engine. When your oil cooler or EGR valve & cooler fail–you get NO warning light on the dash to notify the driver of this failure. That is BS!!

  • Anonymous July 13, 2012

    I have a 2005 F250 superduty with the same problems. EGR valve and coolers and rings replace $2500. I bought a warranty when I bought the truck, they went bankrupt about 6 months before repairs another $2000 lost. I would like to be added to this lawsuit. Any info appreciated.

  • Anonymous July 13, 2012

    I own a 2005 F-350. Thus far I’ve had to replace the turbo, heads, injectors, oil cooler, high pressure oil seal, etc… and it still runs like a dog. Truck is plagued with recurrent issues that seem to have no remedy. I’ve been stranded on the highway until a tow truck showed up. Had to make an emergency stop at highways speeds when turbo hose blew off engine. The truck has also developed “California hop” (for which the dealer say Ford has no remedy for) )and an extreme shudder in the steering wheel which led to my replacing the front steering shocks. Truck is unsellable, virtually unusable for anything resembling heavy duty work… and yet Ford advertise their super duty trucks as “best in class performance, tough, reliable” At best such claims are laughable, at worse they are criminal!

  • Anonymous July 18, 2012

    I have the same engine and have had many repairs. 2004 F250 how can I join the lawsuit?

  • Anonymous July 19, 2012

    Please include me in your lawsuit. I have a 2003 F-350 with a lot of the same problems of those listed on this site, I have about 12k in repairs for egr valve, egr cooler, head studs, head gaskets, turbocharger, etc. the list goes on. I’ll start getting my receipts together and hope I don’t throw up. Please contact me with any questions or information you might have. Thank you

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  • Anonymous July 23, 2012

    I got an 05 f350 with 80k on it and I’ve put about $5k into it. I say fuck it and let’s make ford give us all a new 6.7 or atleast give us what we payed for the truck back. Clearly they made enough money to do so

  • Anonymous July 24, 2012

    I have an ’05 F250 with 123k on it that is currently in the shop for repair of many of the listed items at a cost of around $5000. In addition I had a high pressure oil line go out at about 2k past warranty. The problem was due to a defective part that Ford actually had a bulletin on but Ford refused to cover repairs. I would definitely like to be part of this lawsuit.

  • Anonymous July 26, 2012

    Please inform me when something gets done about this I’ve got 900 hundred in it now and just got a quote for 7500 for hg

  • Anonymous July 28, 2012

    I unfortunately have two 6.0 service trucks, i need two because one is always in for service! I am in Florida and cant get any law firm to contact me back, its as if the case does not exist.
    I too will join the class, ford sold me trucks that were supposed to be Ford Tough, turns out I bought Ford, Tough.

  • Anonymous July 30, 2012

    Almost 10000 in repairs and degas bottle is spitting. Changed degas bottle and caps. Installed arp studs and black onyx gaskets, had heads checked and shaved. Still spewing antifreeze. I have drove ford diesel since I was 12 on the farm this is the first ford I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy.

  • Anonymous August 5, 2012

    I have a 2003 F350 Diesel. Had the fuel injectors replaced multiple time the truck has been nothing but a money pit!

  • Anonymous August 5, 2012

    I have a F450 with a 6 liter with 48,000 miles. i use it 7 month out of the year for my seasonal concrete business! EGR cooler let go and my motor oil and coolant mixed and cracked my over flow jug! 1 month out of warranty the dealer just laughed. I have had tires last longer than this junk engine

  • Anonymous August 9, 2012

    I have 3 of these E-450 cut a way buses with the 6.0 power stroke in my fleet. We have had most of the expereriences that many of you have had and then some. My first bus was in and out of the shop numerous times and then the engine totally failed at 107,000 miles $15,000 to replace. The second bus with same problems and the engine failed at 105,000 and this one was $14,000 to replace. The third has just reached 49,000 miles and already was in for turbo, injectors and so on. Thes buses are well maintained with a preventive check every 45 days, oil change every 5,000 miles and a NYS State Inspector inspects the bus and approves the paperwork that we did maintain the vehicle as per manufactures recomendations. I move challenged individuals on these vehicles and ford Mortor should be ashamed of the incompetance of the product. I am looking to be a part of a class action should any one need another claiment with great record keeping.

  • Anonymous August 16, 2012

    Always have been a Ford family and company, We have spent more on 6.0 L engines than we paid for the trucks. Ford tough they are not. Still owe money on the trucks and trying to figure out how to ger rid of these pieces of junk. EGR X 2, 8 injectors,, EGR cooling system x 2 just told not to tow anything before we get another. Please add us to the law suit cant give these trucks away. Ford, you settled with Navistar, you now need to settle up; with all the loyal Ford customers you screwed. Never a Ford again and plan to sell all we have even trucks with no problems. SHAME ON YOU FORD. WE DON’T DO BUSINESS WITH CROOKS

  • Anonymous September 4, 2012

    We have a 2004 Excursion 6.0 and we have been having trouble with it since day one. And now I’m having issues with the acceleration on the truck. Take it to any diesel mechanic and we have to keep doing trial and error which gets costly. I don’t know what made Ford make this change on their trucks but it sure does not compare to their legendary 7.3. Please keep us posted and let us know how we get involved in this lawsuit. It’s kind of an inconvenience when you buy a vehicle to drive yet it’s always in need of repairs.

  • Anonymous September 7, 2012

    I have also experienced tremendous problems with my 2004 f-350, multiple injector repairs, ficm replacement 4 times, high pressure oil pump, fuel pump. really only two good things about the truck, the transmission knock on sheet metal, and, the trailer hitch. cant afford a new Ford let alone any other vehicle. SO DISAPPOINTED WITH FORD. i was always a Chevy guy, could not locat a Duramax on the west coast settled on a ford. so angry withmyself for settling. on a found on road dead truck that has left me stranded more than i care to admit even to my wife! no trailer fits the truck have get special tow truck to have it towed to the over chargining dealership with the OEM software that charge you $110.00 to tell you Oh i don’t know why your service engine soon light didn’t come on. truck ran OK until i got the DETUNE my 6.0 powerstroke recall notice. i have nearlly lost all faith in for superduty truck. i pray that the new FORD engine is better that the International engine. god i am getting more angry as i type! off my soap box.

  • Anonymous September 7, 2012

    I have a 05 f-250 and spent $5k on replacing head bolts with studs now injectors and drive module is going to cost me another $2000 . How do I get in on this suit

  • Anonymous September 11, 2012

    i have about 8,000 dollars on repairs for my 2003 f 250 6.0 liter diesel i have repalced the head bolts with head studsm, high presser oil pump, new turbo, head gaskets, injectors, egr cooller. i would like to get in this law suit.

  • Anonymous September 16, 2012

    Same issues as everyone else! 03 Excursion. Biggest POS! Have an extended warranty, and it does not cover SHIT!

  • Anonymous September 16, 2012

    IM also out of pocket around 13k and know my heads are blown again! i want my money back!

  • Anonymous September 21, 2012

    I have a 2007 F350 that was suposedly rebuilt when i bought it with 50,000 miles on it I was told all the problems were fixed and i would have a trouble free truck with in the first month of having the truck i put $5000 and by the end of four months that went to almost $10,000 and now the motor is locked up I want in on this suit as well

  • Anonymous September 21, 2012

    What the flip is the problem with Ford, they have had the number 1 selling truck forever and now they are going to screw all that up!!! I have a 2005 F250 6.0 and have just started having problems with the EGR cooler and oil pump cooler. I have 80K on a truck I thought I could get at least 200K from, this will be my last Ford if something doesn’t happen soon. I have fixed the truck only to have the same problems 2 weeks later now I have a truck that I will not take out of town, this is bull crap!! Someone needs to do somthing to stop this corporation from getting away with highway robbery. GET THIS LAWSUIT GOING!

  • Anonymous September 21, 2012

    F O R D…………………….FOUND ON ROAD DEAD!!!!! Never thought I would actually believe that because I have always been a dedicated Ford owner…….NOT ANYMORE!!

  • Anonymous September 24, 2012

    I just bought this 2004 truck used, THOUGHT i got a good deal! Little did i know i just bought anothers problems. I have a 2002 5.4 gas with 250,000 on it so i figured i was safe with fords rep. So far in the last month ive replaced dummy plugs, intake gks, oil cooler, egr, injectors and the list goes on and on! If we can be included in M.i. ID LIKE TO BE!!

  • Anonymous September 25, 2012

    1st turbo @ 102000 miles 2000 out of warranty , then the elect cluster,then the head gasket & 3 injectors& hi pressure pump , now some kind or fuel issue, already replaced lower pump,now injector pressure sensor located behind turbo, if ford has a better idea I would like them to prove it. I’m not holding my breath.

  • Anonymous October 5, 2012

    I have a 2003 f250 turbo diesel and have had it for 3 years and so far have replaced 3 altinators, 2 starters, the a fuel injector modual, every leaf spring in the truck, the whole computer system, air conditioning unit, 4 of the 8 injectors have all been replaced. Over $12000 in 3 years.

  • Anonymous October 8, 2012

    I have a 2004 f350 turbo diesel bought new. In Dec ’09 had to have new studded heads & gaskets installed, repair bill was $7110.15, no help from Ford. Sept ’12 new fuel tank, Oct ’12 new radiator. In the shop now, same problem I had in ’09.

  • Anonymous October 14, 2012

    We have an 05 King Ranch. Has been down for 4months. Now just a mere 9,000.00 and we can supposedly have a bullet proof repair job. This following a 1,700.00 repair that got me back on the road for all of 124 miles and then a tow bill back in. I don’t know why, we the consumers, have to pay for their mistakes and known defective products.

  • Anonymous October 14, 2012

    I have a 06 F-350 with the 6.0 liter and I am having all of the problems the others have listed. I want to be part of this class action suit.

  • Anonymous October 16, 2012

    i cant find anyone taking clients in louisiana for this law suit. where do i sigh up for it. anyone have any ideas shout back

  • Anonymous October 16, 2012

    I have a 2003 F250 6.0. Ford replaced 4 turbo’s under warranty, but since warranty ran out I have had to replace all the fuel injectors that cost me $2,600+dollars now the fuel injector pump went out and left me at the side of the rode and they told me the repairs will be over $3,800.00. Ford needs to make this right. Please add me in on the class action suit

  • Anonymous October 22, 2012

    i have a 2003 F-250 6.0, i have had numerous problems with it including having all 8 injectors and the injector computer replaced at a cost of $3000. the transmission has also been rebuilt $5000 and now it needs more work. theres now way to sell it so im stuck with a P.O.S. and i have always had a ford. im just another working man i don’t have money to keep fixing this thing. so count me in.

  • Anonymous October 23, 2012

    our f-250 has needed so far turbo front main seal,rear main seal, egr and oil cooler, and now bottom pan seal or gasket every time it goes in its two week’s or more thank to AUL WARRANTY we can afford to keep the truck or else its a $40,000.00 coffin how do we get in on this lawsuit?

  • Anonymous October 25, 2012

    We would like to be included in any class action law suits
    We have a 2005 F-250 6.0 liter Diesel truck that we pull our camp trailer with. It only has 68,000 miles on it and that last time we went camping the turbo stuck on full boost and blew the side of the intercooler out. We were told by the Ford dealer it would cost us $3400,00 to repair it. It is in the shop but we are afraid once repaired that something else is going to go wrong with it. We need something dependable and this is ridiculous! These trucks are to expensive a purchase to keep dumping money into to keep them going. Please send us information to be involved with the lawsuit. Thank you.

  • Anonymous October 28, 2012

    I have one that I bought at 28,000 mi. Have only 51,000 miles now. I get only about 12 mpg. Expected much higher as represented. I don’t dare pull my stock trailer with what I now know.

    I want in on this. Can any one please tell me how to get into this and what the present status of this case?

  • Anonymous October 28, 2012

    2005 supercrew with 83,300 mi.EGR cooler went out -no cel when coolant was lost, this also took out my head gasket and it cost me an engine to the tune of $15,700.00 plus lost time and a lot of frustration. I love the truck but am bitter that Ford misrepresented this engine to consumers! Ford should be held responsible for putting a knowingly defect plagued engine into these vehicles!!
    Sign me up for the class action lawsuit, I think we all deserve to be compensated for our losses !!!!!!!!!!

    • JDR April 3, 2014

      I have 06 6.0l. Most of probs listed here close to $20,000 in repairs so looked into fixing it prop and not at dealer. Egr system gone! Oil cooler moved to external coolant and oil bypass filtration. Added a few goodies as aftermarket part. Mech figures now has 530 rwhp. Close 1000 ft p torque. Haven’t had a prob sense and gain 300 extra km to a tank of fuel. Do just replace bad parts. Lots of company’s have what’s needed to fix (then right and once). Bullet proof diesel is one of them. I agree ford needs to make sure we see our share of a $return for having to deal with all this garbage. Count me in

  • Anonymous October 29, 2012

    I have 2004 f250 which is currently in the shop…has been there for a week now and they are still digging into the turbo system…the engine appears to be failing all together. Exactly what is described in this lawsuit is exactly what is happening to my truck right now! I would like to have involvement in this lawsuit and need all info possible on this matter….Money costs and frustrations are mounting at a rediculous fast pace!!!!

  • Anonymous November 4, 2012

    Ford needs to make good on these 6.0 liters. The truk ihave makes a trip back to the dealer twice a year to fix it .its the most undependable truck I have ever owned . I have owned ford truck since I was 16. In 35 years of owning ford trucks I am looking at GMC trucks. Because they have resale value my ford dosent. The only positive thing I can say about my Ford is when it dose run right which isn’t for long it runs good. Make ford pay the loyal owners back. REAL SOON

  • Anonymous November 5, 2012

    I have a 07 bought new have had rear main dummie plugs turbo eye cooler, this was done under warranty thank god. Has 93000 on it has no power 8mpg towing, 13 down hill with the key off all around. I have friends with half ton gas that run away from this thang. I have always been a gord guy but this is crazy. I don’t know what to do with it. I know it’s a ticking timebomb, I can’t sell it, can’t afford to drive it, and might as well forget it when towing. Been to the dealer with the low power deal. They say nothing’s wrong with it, it’s doing what it’s supposed to. Which includes no power or fuel economy. I’m a single income family with wife and two boys, I can’t afford to fix this truck, I’m still paying on with bout a little over. Year to go. The truck is useless in my opinion, this is not what I’m paying for . It was near 45,000 new, I am not getting my Moneys worth at all. I was hoping to get into this lawsuit and get some of my poor investment back. 2007 f250 4×4 crewcab

  • Anonymous November 6, 2012

    I have a 2005 F250 6.0 super duty truck. It has about 72,000 miles. I’ve already put over $5,000 in repairs into it, including a new EGR cooler, oil cooler, head gasket, and much more. Does anyone know how to find out more about this class action lawsuit and how to join it?

  • Anonymous November 6, 2012

    I purchased 03 F250 SD at the end of May 12, with 72k+mi, not knowing the issues of the engine. Thinking Ford diesel engines where the best back in 98′when I used to sell fords. I have only put maybe a thousand miles on it and had to replace the EGR valve (not covered in extended warrantee) warrantee company told there is a leak in heads, they won’t fix unless there is a “catastrophic failure”. That was at the beginning of October. Two Weeks later engine heads blown. Warrantee company won’t cover work, saying egr cooler failed causing the engine to fail. Now i’m looking at around $8k to get it fixed. Ford said they wouldn’t give me much for it even if I fix it, they don’t want it, but would sell me another truck with the 6.4l. Really!! I am very interested in getting in on this classes action lawsuit. Btw…I had to spend $145 out of pocket for towin, not including what my INS Co paid. I bought truck to get a toy hauler. Got toy hauler and truck broke down the first Time taking it out, toy hauler weighs 6,500lbs. Now i’m paying for a toy hauler that I can’t use because I don’t have a working truck. Thanks FORD!

  • Anonymous November 12, 2012

    Im have a lot of the same problems others are having. Oil leaks, blowing out sensors, had to install a new turbo and npow having problems withj this turbo. I’m even having trannsmition problems and 4×4 problrems, it does go into 4×4 low, i now have to install a new drivers side hub, passenger rear wheel axle seal leaking. with all the oil leaking from this truck it has ruined my brand new driveway because the oil has and is eating up the ashphalt. How can I get in on the law suit???

  • Anonymous November 18, 2012

    LOTS OF PROBLEMS LIKE EVERY ONE ELSE. I STILL HAVE NOT SEEN ANY INFORMATION AS TO HOW WE CAN JOIN THIS LAWSUIT. DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT WE HAVE TO DO?

  • Anonymous November 26, 2012

    Had nothing but problems with my diesel. Turbo has been replace numerous times although the ford mechanics have no idea what their doing. They always said the problem is fixed as I drive down the road with black smoke pouring out my exhaust and the truck is barely driveable. Name the part an it’s been replaced.

  • Anonymous November 26, 2012

    I have an 05 f250 with the 6.0 liter engine. The truck has 135,000 miles with 125,000 of them towing a 5th wheel. I had several issues covered under the warrantee. I have been happy with the truck and engine until the past 6 months. I spent over $5,000 trying to solve a problem of lack of power and acceleration after a cold start. Now I have diesel fuel in the coolant with an estimate of $3,000 to fix. I am frustrated and am interested in the class action suit.

  • Anonymous December 2, 2012

    Bought our 04 new, lots of repairs in the last 2 years and the most recent involved the engine shutting down on the high way with no warning. We would greatly appreciate someone sharing the name of a law firm still actively taking clients. We have emailed and left messages with a few law offices advertising for this lawsuit and have had no response.
    Thanks,
    “Over 12k in the hole in KCMO”

  • Anonymous December 2, 2012

    I have a ’06 f250 with just under 51K miles as of today. I have had the dealship rebuild the turbo charger twice (under warrantee). Each time I got a check engine light, which is back on. This time I have scheduled to take it into a custom diesel truck mech. to replace the turbo and to do alot of prevent items that he has suggested that Ford and others mech. and other ford diesel owners have reported problems with. Total cost is around $7800.00. Most of this out of pocket cost is labor, the better turbo and replacement parts to prevent the problems with defictive components. I to am interested in this class action suit.

  • Anonymous December 5, 2012

    05 F250 6.0 – Bought new, first trouble at 4k miles, blowing white smoke at 26k miles. EGR cooler, EGR valve, oil cooler replaced at 76k, 91k. Head gaskets and “new” studs at 91k. Turbo replaced at 128k, along with another EGR valve, EGR cooler, oil cooler. Now have fuel in the coolant. Further, the dealership did not follow Ford’s TSB specs….. although it may not have helped. Ford and local dealership will do nothing. I have never seen this scope of catastrophic failure in any vehicle. Please hold Ford accountable.

  • Anonymous December 7, 2012

    Up to know ok just egr and terbo thats it but the truck is ok

  • Anonymous December 11, 2012

    This is my first truck I ever had. I bought this truck off of the guy for $7,500. i didn’t know this truck would’ve been a big money pit i would’ve never got this truck. I put $1300 in to the truck the 1st month i had it. Now its running like crap this past month i had to put $1000 in to it luckily i work for ford and get employees discount on parts i done most of the labor. That saved me alot of money the heater value gone out i replaced that to find out someone put stop leak in the radiator flushed most i can out of that to find the leak. Now being i found the leak its dealing with the egr. My cousin also has a 6.0 he just put $3000 in the motor and again doing the work himself. He replace his hea d bolts, hi presser oil pump, put and egr delete, oil filter relocate kit that replaces the oil cooler and a bunch of other stuff. I have an 04 f250 with the 6.0 i dont have the $3000just in parts to blow just to keep this thing on the road.

  • James Moody December 29, 2012

    05 F350 crew cab dually 6.0l super clean! And now I now why. Truck must have been babied to get to 88,003 mi.
    Though I was getting a great deal on my rig NOT!!!! Bought the thing home 7 months ago, it still has less then 88,000mi on it! And my wife is all ways ripping me for clogging up the driveway with this piece of junk!

  • Issa December 31, 2012

    I have a 6.0 L diesel 2005 excursion. Everything is wrong with the engine. Just spent another $2600 fixing engine. Now they another $7000 to repair all the oil leaks, EGR and cooler. Isn’t that nice. It is leaking oil just about from all gaskets and pouring out at times. When are we going to get this law suite going. I hope Ford reads these forums.

  • Ed Havasu January 3, 2013

    06 F250 4×4. I have had the mid pan gasgets replaced. Head Gasgets, oil cooler, EGR valve, thrermostat, instrument cluster, turbo, blue curved connector replaced over the past 3 years. The truck has 76,000 miles on it. All service intervals completed, oil change every 4,000 miles with filter, fuel filters every 8,000. My main gripe you can’t get rid of the truck, no one wants it. Ford offered me $12,000 on a trade. This sucks

  • Ramon Herrera January 3, 2013

    Bought the 6.0 at Gaudden Ford in Las Vegas for the use of a service truck for our business and it has had more troubles than any other Ford we have owned and it is down again. No one cares, especially the Ford Company. I want to be part of this class action suit.

  • Larry January 8, 2013

    I have also had the same problems with my ’07, 6.0 liter F250. EGR Cooler and Head gaskets both replaced at around 60,000 miles. I’m currently looking to get in on a class action law suite as everyone else is. Any information given would be appreciated. I am a Florida resident.

  • tony January 11, 2013

    i traded in an ’02 duramax with 150,000 trouble free miles for ’05 f350 with 83,000 miles on it. i now have spent on addtional $10,000 on repairs for this pc. of crap and it is back in the shop again. i can’t afford any more problems and i fear its not over. ford is still making lots of money off this junkers in repair cost. im tired of getting screwed. they can have the truck, i want my money back! no more fords for me!

  • Charles Ramos January 16, 2013

    Please include me in the Law suit ,,,, I have been told by Dynamic Diesel in Washington State,,, were I live that I am looking at a 10,000 bill to fix my Ford 2003 F-250 6.0 Liter Diesel Engine. I dealing with all the above mentioned Issues with my truck. I believe Karma and do not want to trade or put this piece of junk back in consumer market. Would like get fixed and keep my truck.

  • Charles Ramos January 16, 2013

    Please include me in any 6.0 liter Lawsuit ,,,, I have been told by Dynamic Diesel in Washington State,,, were I live that I am looking at a 10,000 bill to fix my Ford 2003 F-250 6.0 Liter Diesel Engine. I am dealing with all the above mentioned Issues in the Lawsuit with my truck. I believe in Karma. ???? And do not want to trade in or put this piece of junk back in the consumer market. I would like get it fixed and keep it .
    Only 95,000 miles on it to boot. Come on.

  • Bill Carr January 17, 2013

    I have a ford 6.0L diesel van 2005 that I have spent 5,000.00 on it in the last 13 months. It is in the ford dealer as we speak. Please contact us at 765-3963214 or email us.

  • Jim SoCal Lee January 26, 2013

    I have a 04 f250, 6.0L. When I took it to the dealer they said they wanted 7 g’s to fix it (cooling system). I was just out of warranty. Now its overheating again and I dont wnat to run it, or pay more to get it fixed. I need a lawyer that can represent this truck and myself.

  • bekki January 27, 2013

    i have a 05 f350 that i bought new from the beginning nothing but problems pull to right, fuel injectors, glow plugs, transmission loss of power no start fuel pump now heads 8000 have had it towed over and over rented motel and car as broke down out of town egr help

  • karl kimball January 28, 2013

    i also have a 03 f350 have had nothing but problems glow plugs ,injectors fuel pump you name it,have at least 10k in the truck now its leaking antifreeze,ford better do something,besides barrie their head in the sand i want in on this lawsuit!

  • Jessie Rubio January 30, 2013

    ya it seems as if we are singing to the quier .most of these law suits end up in the legal representing law firm,s pockets .my 2004 diesel has been a piece of crap since I bought it the value of it has gone away so I can’t afford to trade it and or sell it as so many diesel truck people know the history of these trucks.coolant bypass system ,injectors,turbos oil leeks transmissions wireing harnesses etcetcetc .

  • scott1967 February 3, 2013

    I have had nothing but problems sense I bought it .2006 f 250. 9000.00 so far in repairs
    can someone tell me how to get in on the law suit?

  • Chase Sebastian February 3, 2013

    2006 F-250 New injectors (All), new transmission, EGR 2 years ago, oil pump and the list goes on and on and…… The truck looks great but it’s the biggest piece of crap I’ve ever owned. Chances are, this lawsuit like many others will get shuffled around for years before anything, if any, ever happens and adverage working person like myself will be out 1,000′s of dollars and no vehicle in many cases with no help from a company we trusted. I’ve owned 6 other Fords and after this experience this will probably be my last. Not that Ford actually cares about that since as they say, “One is born every second.”

  • Manny Aristy February 3, 2013

    I own E 450 turbo diesel since i bought this truck i only have a problems i replace a lot of parts and still having problem sometimes i feel like setting in fire, i think ford made this engine to sale parts

  • Michael February 5, 2013

    Bought new 04 6.0 and have had the same problems others have stated. Have replaced turbo, wire harness relay, and injectors within the first 50k miles. The truck is now at 70k miles and will need the same repairs to the Egr and oil cooling system, replace all injectors to be servicable agian, at a quote of $8500. All together will have paid another $15k for a truck with 70k miles.

  • Nina England February 8, 2013

    I purchased my 2005 Ford Excursion 6.0 Diesel in Nov 2004 in Yuba City, Ca I have had trouble with it since I believe july 2005. First all my electrical went out will I was driving lights, windows, door locks, radio, cd player, all electrical went off but vehicle still run. They found nothing wrong. Then I was driving down road and it started dying and cutting out and no acceleration they found nothing wrong, then periodically I will have same electrical problems but not all at same time. still find nothing wrong. Then i would be driving and it would die and I had to have it towed to shop and ficm went out and I paid to have it replaced and found out later it had a recall but I missed out on it because I had already paid for it. I am still having trouble with all electrical and power and fuel systems but they can’t find anything wrong with it. They say it won’t code on the shop machines, this is part of the electrical problems. They won’t listen to me. Also I called about recalls and non and I was not informed until today that I could file a complaint, which I did today, but they said it would take a while and it may not help anything. I have been fighting with this for 9 years, all other VIN#’s on my car a recalled but not mine. I need help.

  • Don February 9, 2013

    First ford Ive ever bought and it will certainly be the last.
    04 F450 6.0 bought approx. 4 years ago and have spent more on fixing the p o s than what I bought it for.Currently sitting in the shop getting a set of heads put on for another 4k in the money pit. Ficm,HPOP,Longblock,heads,water pump,both fuel pumps,numerous craptastic ford batteries,and more that I cant think of atm.

  • Doug Endicott February 10, 2013

    Another nightmare story about the ford6.0…I have a 03 f450, paid $41,000.00.. problem #1- wiring harness, #2- egr valve at 99,737 miles #3 head gasket and cracked head,Purvis Ford in Fredericksburg, VA laughed at me, #4 oil pump, egr cooler, #5- new turbo and 8 new injectors,#-6 Currently in shop for head gaskets again, truck now has 132,000 miiles on it. It’s ashame you can’t get 150,000 mile on a vehicle that you paid so much money for. So far I have spent $14,795.14 on repairs to this engine,looking to spend another $2500.00 to repair item # 6. That means I will have spent $17,295.00.. The problems began when I made the last payment on it.FORD backward DROF– Driver Returns On Foot. Bought first new ford in 1970 , my last in 2006…Will never buy another. If any one know how to get in on this class action law suit please let me know.540-775-9801..

  • Don February 13, 2013

    2004 F250 Harley Davidson.. POS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Where do I start Wiring Harness, EGR Cooler, EGR Valve, FICM, Injectors, Glow Plug Harness, Now tranny all under 100,000 miles.. Too much money I hate this truck. I have pics of everything and reciepts to prove with it. Get me in on this lawsuit!!

  • Carrie February 21, 2013

    I just got my letter today about this class action lawsuit and what great timing as in the last 4 months everything included in this lawsuit has happened with our truck…..It has become a money pit with repairs… I will be waiting patiently until May then I will file my claim!!! go to http://www.dieselsettlement.com for all the information and to file your claim!!!

  • Marc Mowder February 22, 2013

    I bought my 2004 F350 6.0 ltr Powerstroke in May 2009. Less than 500 mi. into it FICM went kuput, $2,183.14. The first shop couldn’t find problem, $245.44. Then Nov. ’09, Injection pressure control regulator, $1,410.59. Then, Nov. ’10 EGR Cooler, $1,493.48. That also took out my injectors, $1,831.60. Then, Oil injection pump & injection pressure regulator, $2,619.92. This truck has been a living nightmare. I hope Ford comes through for usby far

  • Grace February 22, 2013

    To file for the lawsuit Michal A Caddell of Caddell & Chapman 1331 Lamar Suite 1070 Houston Texas 77010-3027
    http://www.dieselsettlement.com

  • Mike February 22, 2013

    This lawsuit is a joke. Read the part about attorneys fees, and expenses versus what the truck owner will be reimbursed. Looks like the lawers are the only ones coming out on top. I will excluded myself and take other means of recourse.

  • Mike February 22, 2013

    Attorneys are going to split 12.8 million plus 1.25 million in fees and expenses and I’m going to get a couple of hundred dollars for something that cost me thousands to fix. WTF? Does this make sense to you? This pisses me off!!!!!!!!!

  • John Pullins February 23, 2013

    I had an F-250 6 liter 2005 and I paid it off before I retired in 2010. At 50000 miles the engine went out on December 23, 2011 while traveling and the Ford dealer I limped it to said the EGR valve caused a problem and it would cost nearly $7,000 to fix. I traded it right there and transfered my things to an older van just to get home.

  • Brian February 23, 2013

    I bought a 2003 F-450 4×4 with a 6.0 powerplant and paid cash for the truck. Not even driving it a year and replaced turbine, injectors, FICM, injector harness, EGR cooler. and numerous other items and still have nothing but problems with it. I am so pissed at Ford I can’t even see straight. I am a family man and just need a reliable truck to drive to work not a $20,000 dollar boat anchor. I will never, ever buy another Ford new or used.

  • jeff wittig February 23, 2013

    I got a 05 ford f350 powerstroke 6.0 I put 10,000. Dollors in it and I can’t trade it in I will lose money on it and I still own on it. I did the egr cooler,oil cooler, egr valve, head gasket, headbolt. I got a lot of money in this truck. So I would like to get on this law suite. nothing but problme

  • Bill February 23, 2013

    Have 2003 with less than 50K, 12 mi gal. Turbo problems everytime you turn around, get this fixed.

  • Mark February 24, 2013

    I bought a f550 work truck brand new in 04. binging a small 1 man company this was a big move. in the first few months it was back to ford more times than i used it then the tranny went at 11,000 miles. its been down hill since then. 26 break downs, 3 tow jobs, 2 egrs,alt,water pump,egr cooler,oil cooler, 2 egrs, 4 inj, 2 control mods ,turbo,turbo hoses fuel tank other crap ford wood lie about. I had to learn how to do my own repairs cause it cost to much to take it in when you hit 100,000 miles.it sat for 10 months 1 time so i could pay to fix it. tryed to trade it in but wood loose so much it makes me ill. i guess i am lucky cause i got 156000 miles on it and it runs some days, and now the head gas. egr,oil coolers are bad again, now ford says they will give me $2000 for a trade on a new ford. like i wood ever ever own or drive a ford again. you can call me a chevy man now.

  • Jeff February 24, 2013

    I have a 06 250 and since I live so far from ford I do most of the repairs myself. I replaced the ficm, replaced the EGR. Now I think it needs a new turbo, something making a humming noise. Brake pads and rotors made noise so replaced them with drilled and sloted rotor and ceramic pads. Just under 80,000 miles.

  • Dennis February 24, 2013

    You all ever heard of the Lemon Law? Geez. Contact Caddell & Chapman 1331 Lamar, Suite 1070, Houston, TX 77017-3027 if you have not received your letter. We received 2. Sold ours for 25k! Got a new 450!!! 12th powerstroke!!!

  • Ron February 24, 2013

    I bought an 06 ford F 350 in early 2006. I have owned many fords throuout the years. I still have have a 99 F350 and I have never had problems with it. My 06 has been in the shop MANY times. I have had to have it towed on four different occasions, one of the times I was about 180 miles away from home and in the middle of nowhere. When my truck got to 150000 miles the engine went out on it and I had to have it replaced at my expense. Ford should have stepped up and taken care of their loyal customers. I will be forced to buy a truck from another company for fear that I will have the same problem again.
    Thanks Ford

  • Jack February 24, 2013

    I have a 04, 6.0 F350 longbed now with 146K, second owner. It’s now laid up with $5000 worth of repairs. Primarily the head gasket from the bolts stretching. The diesel specialists I took it to are giving me a break on the labor because of all the other parts they have to take off and eventually replace because of the track history of this model. hopefully after this is done the engine compartment will be bullet proof. Sadly, I keep on talking to owners that spend 6 to 12K to fix these engine problems. Please keep me informed and I would be interested in joining this suit.

  • Bill February 25, 2013

    Received a court (Federal of Northern Illinois) authorizred notice of class action suite. Ford’s proposed settlement offer in my opinion is grossly inadequate and I plan on excluding myself from suite!

  • Chris February 25, 2013

    I had an 04 F250 that at one point would accelerate on its own hard enough that it drove me into the middle of an intersection with me standing on the brakes. I had it at the dealer numerous times and they never did find anything wrong with it. Finally, it was at the dealer and they drove it out of warranty then washed their hands of the whole thing. I took them to small claims court and since it was out of warranty, I was given no help at all. Then after the warranty was over, they finally had some fix that would take care of the issue and I HAD TO PAY FOR THE WHOLE THING. They’ve lost me as a customer FOREVER. How do I get involved with this lawsuit so that I can get them to pay for some of my costs? I’ve since dumped the truck. The truck was originally blue but when I sold it, it was green from all the green blood I shed over it. cyerger57@yahoo.com

  • Jerry Estes February 25, 2013

    2004 F250 ford 6.0

  • Jerry Estes February 25, 2013

    ford defective 6.oengine

  • Jerry Estes February 25, 2013

    2004 ford f250 super duty vin1ftnx20p14eb00076

  • melvin bevans February 26, 2013

    Have you the right Melvin O. Bevans? I don’t believe I have ever owned or had a Ford, much less one with a 6.0 liter diesel engine.

  • Jacqui Carrington February 26, 2013

    2300.00 for fuel injectors, less than 90,000 miles. sensors keep blowing. I have parked the 2006 in garage. Entire truck was customized, spending over 45000.00 for outside custom work. I rarely drive it due to expensive repairs.

  • Tom February 26, 2013

    I just spent $3000 on engine repairs related to the EGR, FICM, FUEL INJECTORS etc. I even had the repairs done at a FORD dealer as they were offering a warranty on repairs where no one else in my area would. I would also like to be kept in the loop on any pending lawsuit.

  • Tom February 26, 2013

    I might ad that mine is a 2006 F350 with under 130,000 miles.

  • Troy February 27, 2013

    My 04 F250 6.0 spit an injector nozzle into the #3 cylinder and then out thru one of the two exhaust valves, bending it in the process, which caused the valve to break off, rattle around in the cylinder, destroying the piston and cylinder wall in the process, it then spit the chunk of valve out thru the exhaust and thru the turbo. Can you say CATASTROPHIC engine FAILURE? How about $15 K to replace a motor? Ford better damn well come up with a LARGE reimbursement, and when they do a new Duramax will end up in my driveway. Even if they don’t, there’s gonna be a new bowtie in town.

  • ken February 27, 2013

    i have a 2004 f550 4×4 that is a wrecker and as of 2-20-13 i took the wrecker bed off because the 6.0 motor quit running again. i had it fixed in nov.2012 and it quit running in jan. 2013 and they told me it was not under warranty.so i told ford not to repair. i have several repair bills that i had to pay to have fixed over the years,i bought the truck brand new.so i say THANKS TO FORD MOTOR COMPANY for a not so well done job GO 6.0
    FORD WILL NOT STAND BEHIND YOU

  • Melody Lane February 27, 2013

    2005 f-350 Business Veh. Under 30k the wiring harness was replaced after 3 x’s to the Dealer repair. Check engine light, into Rancho Ford Temecula, Ca. they can’t find and issue. I take I to a Diesel Mach. and the replace the turbo (HAS A CHUNK OF SIDE WALL CRACKED AND BLOWN OUT), oil all over the engine compartment. RanchoFord could not find the issue? Ford demands the core be returned before getting new FORD part. Many photo’s of that item were taken on repair day. $1700 repair bill. Needs top end valve job, soon according to my new repair shop. They stated this is typical, about $8,000 in total repair cost to get it in top shape for a reliable business truck. Flawed development of the 6.0 diesel engine, pay up FORD. Current mileage is 60k. Sign me up for the suit!

  • Brian M. February 27, 2013

    I bought a 2004 F-450 Flatbed with a 6.0 litre diesel in 2009 to use for my buisness. It had 64K miles on it when I bought it. I didn’t even drive it for 6 months and it was in the shop for expensive repairs, FICM, Turbo, Injectors. Not a Ford shop they just laughed at me and told me I should change my oil more often. I bought more Delo 400 and fuel and air filters for that truck than all the other vehicles I have owned in my life combined. I put about 20K Miles on it in 3 years and it started to puke again. The Ford dealer wanted to give me chicken feed for it and trade it in on a new Ford. I told them them they could stick their Super duty’s where the sun don’t shine and got chicken scratch for it at a Dodge dealer. At least it isn’t stuck here in my driveway waiting for a tow. Shame on Ford Motor Company. I will not even accept a ride in a Ford.

  • Brian M. February 27, 2013

    No wonder Ford Motor Company didn’t need a government bail out like Chevy and Mopar did. All of us 6.0 litre owners bailed them out with the money they made with parts and repairs. They must have some real good public relations people running that outfit.

  • Cindy March 1, 2013

    I have a 2003 F250 Diesel engine. I have had 2 fuel leaks. The Ford dealership in FL fixed it the 1st time. Then a couple years later I took the truck in for a filter change because it didn’t have any power. I had my horse trailer gooseneck,going up and down hills. And I had no power. We were so afraid we weren’t going to make it. While the mechanic was changing filter he called to let me know I had a fuel leak. This time it cost me 1000.00

  • CARRIE March 1, 2013

    I have a 2006 F350 6.0L. It only has 62K miles so far. We’ve only started having issues with leaking head gasketts. We bought the truck from a private seller 2 years ago and haven’t had any issues until recently. How would we go about getting some further information about the lawsuit etc.

  • Rich March 1, 2013

    I have a 2006 F350, bought it with 130k, now has 200k,

    I have done a majority of all repairs myself, egr delete, 2 oil coolers, 3 injectors, opened up the exhaust, all new HPO system, numerous sensors, some of them several times, deathwobble http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=f250+deathwobble&oq=f250+deathwobble&gs_l=youtube.12…2811.9216.0.10950.20.17.0.0.0.0.500.703.2-1j5-1.2.0…0.0…1ac.1.UqfM-_m8ibs

  • Dannny Robertson March 2, 2013

    I just bought a 2006 350 super duty with that great 6.0Lpowerstroke diesal dually i loved the truck (im a chevy fan) but wanted to give a ford a chance.jokes on me ….9 days after i bought it i blew a oil cooler and a head gasket and am looking at 6000.00 dollars to fix it. i now owe 9000.00 on that truck and have to put 6000.00 dollars in the motor while i pay on it and it sits in my driveway until i can puke up 6k

  • shawn March 2, 2013

    how can i be added to this lawsuit with ford? i have a 2006 f-550 with the infimios 6.0 L SD my truck has 114,000 mile and is now giving me major problems i hav had the egr cooler replaced ,then 3 months later lose of power had to have towed to shop they found a sandy like particels in tank it was like watching an episode of gold rush only it was not gold that was in my tank making me money i is possible a vanier finish that ford had put in the tanks that is now breaking down i had it sent to a lab to know for shure what it is now just bought new tank from titan and maybe injectors and more will see how much more this will cost me i bought this truck to make me money and its costing me a fortune instead i have over 3,000 and still climbing please put me in for this lawsuit

  • John T E March 2, 2013

    I have spent over $5,000 at Bruce Walter’s Ford dealership on the EGR valve and cooler, oil cooler, high pressure oil pump, fuel injector and other fuel injectors need to be replaced now. How can I become part of this lawsuit?

  • Jim March 5, 2013

    I purchased a F250 6.0L. I have replaced the head gaskets, HPOP, FICM, three Injectors, Alternator, EGR cooler (x2) then installed EGR delete, ICP plus time lost for repairs. I have always liked Ford trucks and after this truck I don’t think that I want another Ford truck. I could have spend the repair money in better places.

  • Gary Clark March 6, 2013

    I have a 2005 6.0 diesel. I have been trying to trade it. As far as I know there is nothing wrong with it. Dealer will not give me anything for it. I have spent a 1,000 dollars on the electoral system. computer went out of it.

  • Tom Brown March 10, 2013

    I bought my 06 F350 after owning 3 7.3 power strokes with no problems. It blew head gaskets at 3000 miles, 12,000, 26,000, 36,000 and 92,000. Replaced 5 sets head gaskets, FICM, computer,3 EGR valves, transmission, 2 inter coolers and a turbo plus 2 sets of heads. Ford told me I was the only one having problems.; It has been in the shop 23 times for MAJOR repairs. Customer loyalty means nothing to Ford.

  • Eric March 11, 2013

    Can anyone provide me with a contact regarding this Ford Class Action Lawsuit? I have rougly 9K into my 2007. Typical problems that you hear from everyone else that owns a 6.0.

  • David Christopher March 11, 2013

    Can anyone provide me with contact information about a class action suit against ford. I have recently put over 7k in repairs on my 04 6.0 liter diesel.

  • Pat Austin March 12, 2013

    My employer was told the same as most of you, that we were the only ones having this problem. I work for a steel company where we use our 2004 F-450 as a work truck. In 05, the boss paid over $42,000 for the vehicle. Since then, have put $30,000 into repairs, more than 80% of that went into this engine. My boss said fuck it! We’re not dumping any more money into this p.o.s. We didn’t even catch wind of this lawsuit until today. We have a whole fleet of various vehicles; however, my boss says he will NEVER EVER purchase a Ford ever again.

  • Brian March 13, 2013

    WOW!!! I have read all these post and sounds like me and my issues with my 04 F350. Over 8K in engine repairs and now looking at another 6K to 10K for a problem with the heads leaking fuel into the coolant. Five months ago I had all the injector cups and two injectors replaced, and now this. FIMC, EGR, oil cooler yea I have been down the road too. 135,000 miles truck looks like a model easy towing miles but all these problems. How do I get in on this lawsuit?

  • James McMan March 14, 2013

    spent 30,000. for the truck for my buissness and when it finally blew head gaskets replaced injectors,oil pump,egr,ect.towing.10,000.in repairs got 1500. for trade,not running ,really!

  • matthew March 17, 2013

    i have 07 f-250 powerstroke i have had nothing but problems with it i sued ford once got very little out of the deal i have put well over 7k into this motor and none of that is the bulletproof stuff my motor leaks oil all over it started just over 100k on it ford said it will 4k to fix it so i just let it leak can anybody help me all these class action attoneys dont have any open spots left thxs

  • danny l. maness March 18, 2013

    i have a 2005 f250 w/ 6.0 its started leaking oil tied to trade it ford dealers will not give you a 5 of oringal cost for it .on trade my truck only as 119000 miles on it

  • danny l. maness March 18, 2013

    i own 2005 f250 it is leaking oil tried to trade it ford dealers will tell you they want trade for one if they do want give you anything for it254dac

  • Bob March 19, 2013

    WTF! Ford, Suck it up and help us out here!!!

  • Ted March 19, 2013

    Purchased 20 F750 in 2004 and have replaced 18 engines so far with none of them getting to 80000 Miles.
    Most needed to be replaced at 50K.

  • Clarence March 20, 2013

    I have a 2006 F-350 King Ranch and have nothing but problems with it starting write after i bought it . Now its blown up and cant aford to fix it how do i get added to the list.

  • craig Miller March 21, 2013

    purchased a 2003 6.0 diesel NEW and as of today have only 75k miles it has gone thru 2 intercoolers 1 turbo charger and at approx 50k miles it was hard starting cold and I told service this and they said it “was normal” then it got worse and worse I complained to service again and they said I was OUT OF WARRANTY by 6 months so go pound sand I complained to factory and they said they would not cover it due to being over the 5 years by 6 months even though I
    broght it to their attention while under the 5 year deadline at this time the truck only had 55k miles on it ?? the cost to repair was estimated at approx $6000 and my extended warranty denied my claim due to It was lifted?? I do not have the money to repair at this time so it has been sitting and barely starts runs terrible I cannot even sell it in this condition without a terrible loss I payed 45k new and with other upgrades I have a total Investment “so far” of 75k ??? this is TERRIBLE AND FORD SUCKS HUGE AT CUSTOMER SERVICE AND HONOR !!!

  • craig Miller March 21, 2013

    TO ADD TO MY LAST STATEMENT , RIGHT NOW THE SHOP HAS DETERMINED THAT ALL INJECTORS NEED TO BE REPLACED AND EGR SYSTEM IS PLUGGED AND NEED A DELETE OR COMPLETE CLEANING AND IF THEY DETECT CONTAMINATION IN COOLANT OR OIL THEN COMPLETE HEAD REPLACEMENT THE LOW SIDE TO REPAIR IS ESTIMATED AT $6500 TO HIGH SIDE OF $11000 ?????? THIS SHOULD FALL UNDER A CRIMINAL ACT /FRAUD

  • Thomas Jones March 22, 2013

    I just bought a used 04 F350 with a 6.0. Haven’t even paid the first note on it yet and its in the shop. U bought a 36/30,000 mile warranty and they say EGR and oil cooler isn’t covered. How do I join this!?!?

  • Bruce March 26, 2013

    I have a 2006 f250 lariat bought new have replaced injectors Egr plugged up replaced . Have had to put 2 new sets of heads on truck spent over 1/2of what I paid for the truck on repairs . Please help me find out how I can fille or be in this settlement.i have 2 trucks with 7.3 motors one has 450,000 and the other 250,000 regular maint only but this 6.0 is a disaster

    Need. Help

  • gerardo munoz March 27, 2013

    2006 6.0 upgraded 2nd turbo also bullittproofed egr cooler on 2nd oil pump now mechanic loves this truck he bought his house because of ford

  • Arend March 27, 2013

    I have a 2005 King Ranch with now 128,000 Miles on it. Three EGR Cooler, Three Oil Coolers, Countless injectors,, blah blah blah… I just put a new EGR COOLER and OIL COOLER at 122,000 miles and it is now broke again, the suspect is a High Pressure Oil Leak. I spent 50K for the truck and thousands on towing and repairs etc… Ford knew about this 6.0 problem however continued to tout about their Trucks “Best in their Class” and “Built Ford Tough”, the dealership indicated I should get 300,000 miles no problem, and yet, my truck hasn’t even made it to the half way marker. ‘Bullet Proof’ is a company out of Arizona who has engineered a aftermarket solution to all of our 6.0 problems and has put a life time guarantee on it, so that said, FORD should “step up to the plate” and do a TOTAL RECALL and send these trucks in to have them “Bullet Proofed” (of course at their expense.) Like the rest of you people, I AM PISSED!!! I have a truck that is worthless and have suffered financial injury as a result of FORD’S deception. Frankly, I SHOULD be able to sell my Diesel for around 30K (plus or minus a few K) but that is not possible as the truck(s) are not merchable, anyone who knows anything about the 6.0 diesel WILL NOT BUY THEM, Moreover, FORD was only willing to give me 7K on a trade in. The Irony is; FORD (knowing there is a problem with this truck) is STILL willing to resale them on their lot(s), talk about double jeopardy fraud RIGHT!!! I say to all of you, exclude yourselves from this class action suit as it was MORE-THAN-LIKELY implemented BY FORD as a way to get rid of the liability… IN the end, we will lose and FORD and their Attorney’s will enjoy the benefits… Best advice is go after FORD as an ‘Individual’ Perhaps even a ‘Interstate Small Claims’ at very least. Good Luck to you all. P.S. we should share information regarding our Truck(s) as needed to pursue these claims. 661.733.5035…

  • Terry Johnson March 28, 2013

    03 Excursion 6.0 truck in shop now. Contacted Ford Headquarters and spoke to representative, advised to take truck to dealer to get diagnostics. Few years ago Turbo and Oil Canister blew, paid that out of pocket, no warranty. Now, truck is stalling and sounds like it is going to explode, obviously engine problem. I hope I am part of this class action lawsuit, and be able to get some kind of reimbursement.

  • BBaker March 29, 2013

    2005 f350 dually diesel 13000 miles truck died. ford replaces heads. was told they new they had a problem with engine. then coolers, 4 or more sets of injectors. instrument clusters. front end, repeated rear seal. The list goes on. Years of fuel additive to prolong injectors. Thousands of dollars paid. At 160,000 mile everytime a leak was repaired another one appears. Ford shop stated the engine pressure created more leaks. Need to overhaul. $6000.00 to overhaul and reseal entire engine. Would be a gamble if a month later engine fails. Just replaced engine $14000.00 2 year warranty unlimited miles. Came with injectors, cooler ect. Better then 60,000.00 for new truck.

  • Marilyn March 30, 2013

    Bought a 2004 brand new F250 Diesel with approx. 15 miles on it and it did not even make it home to our door HAD TO PUSH IT HOME. It was $45K so I made sure FORD Replaced this one – took 2 weeks. This new one’s motor died in 2006, and then that one died in 2012. It is CURRENTLY on its THIRD motor which cost approx. $ 16,000!!! Oh I do hope FORD reimburses us.

  • Carrie Wilmer April 1, 2013

    I can not even start to tell you all the problems I have had with my truck I am a single mom getting no child support so needless when it broke down on me over 200 miles from home and cost me almost $500.00 to have it brought back home I have not had the money to get it fixed . This was just last week . I have had injectors replaced 4 times ,EGR twice and a whole lot more . I wish I never got it I cant keep it running and it is breaking me . I don’t know what to do this time I know I have lost injectors again but I am not sure what else it just starting smoking real bad and I lost ALL POWER . I had my little boy and two horse sitting on the side of 295 for over 4 hours and Lord knows it is not the first time . I have well over 20,000 grand in the truck and would give any thing if they would just replace it with the new 7 . I am very anal about keeping my truck serviced and have ALL service records and I will say it is not cheep to keep a diesel serviced right . Like I said as of know mine is sitting at my house and I am tapped out so I have no clue what to do know . I pro rodeo and this is costing me big time because I have no way to get to the shows . I have sponsors who pay all my feed hay and up keep of my horses but if I am not able t0o go out and win than I will loose my sponsor witch means I will loose my horses and they are nbot live stock to me they are family . I have owned 4 Fords and after all I have been though I WILL NEVER AND I MEAN NEVER buy another if they do not make right by this . THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP ANDY ONE MAY GIVE TO LEAD ME IN TH RIGHT DIRECTION TO GTE THEM TO PAY THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS

  • mark Ungaro April 2, 2013

    I would like to join too. My 2006F250 6.0 lost the egr cooler and paid 4500.00 to replace it because it was past the 5 year warrenty. Truck only has 74000 miles on it.

  • MARCO DEJONG April 3, 2013

    61,000 2006 f250 hydro locked motor, ford does nothing to help. My god 61,0000 miles is new for a diesel engine and would think being FORD SUED NAVISTAR and Won it would help it’s customer out with this defective engine. FORD does nothing but takes the money and run which is highway robbery in my book, wait its ok for large corporations to screw the little guy and get away with it. If I walked into a store and took $100 worth the crap I would be in jail. FORD screws over its customer to the tune of millions and it’s ok. I would like to join the ford class action lawsuit with hopes of FORD helping its customers, but from the looks of things FORD doesn’t have to do shit because it has the government behind them. Government= lobster dinners and extremely high paying jobs with no taxes because there’re better than the average citizen…….Geeeeez I wonder where ford gets this screw the customer attitude problems from…..hhhhmmmmm! I made my first payment on this vehicle yesterday and am forced to let it sit in my driveway because FORD SUCKS!

  • Monty April 5, 2013

    I have a 2004 F350 and i have spent over $10,000. in three years. i would like to join this suit.

  • Chris April 6, 2013

    I was suckered into buying an 05 with the 6.0 diesel; it was the biggest POS I’ve ever owned. Ford should (if they have any morals whatsoever) compensate every individual who has purchased their garbage. I had almost $10,000.00 in repairs and only God knows how much profit my business lost in downtime. My truck had loads of engine problems. Ford is not willing to do anything to make it right, that is NOT the American way. If they ever produce a diesel that is reliable (or even bullet proof) they can shove it up their a$$ as I will never give Ford another dime as long as I live.

  • Brian W. April 6, 2013

    I agree with Marco I think that Ford is holding hands with the Government and they love the 6.0. Look at the thousands of city, county, and state owned 6.0 Fords are running around your town. They have the same problems that we have with the 6.0 liter boat anchors that we can’t afford to repair, but they can afford to keep repairing theirs with our tax dollars. All the while Ford is stuffing their pockets. Ford just flat suck big ones and I will never buy another one new or used

  • Ken April 7, 2013

    I currently have a 2003 F350 with the same problems. It has never ran correctly since its first minor warranty repair. At this time unable to repair. Parts cost more than these trucks are worth. I would like to be included in this law suite.

  • James Quinn April 8, 2013

    I have a 2005 6.0 which has been plagued by oil leaks from the rear main and now from the high pressure oil pump. $2100 and still leaking after being fixed by Ford mechanic.

  • Duane and Dianna April 10, 2013

    We have a 2004 F250 money pit. I can’t believe a company as big as Ford would screw so many people and not even acknowledge they had an inferior product. We called the local dealer we purchased the truck from new in 2004 and you’d think we had the plague.What happened to customer care.Word of mouth is the best and worst advertising for a company. We have nothing good to say about the way we have been treated.

  • Jesse A Sosa April 10, 2013

    I’m in the same boat here only had my f250 6.0l for about an yr and already put $4000, and now I need repair my head gaskets. This is not right, I’m an single father and need my truck to work to make extra ends. Ford PLEASE HELP ME!!!

  • Doug & Tracy April 11, 2013

    We bought a 2003 F250 6.0L for $7,250.00 just to pull our 5th wheel and now we have put $6,000.00 of repairs into this truck and now it just quit. We bought it used but a diesel engine should go a long way if it is properly maintained. It is a money pit and should have never been allowed for resale and should have been recalled as a defective product. All I want is my money back for the repairs so I can go buy a different truck that is suitable for its purpose. I would like to be included in this suit.

  • Elena April 12, 2013

    I purchased a 2005 superduty. I had to take it back to the dealership several times to have it worked on. Then, driving to my ranch in Eastern Oregon, the truck burst into flames 11 miles from my ranch. Within 2 minutes, it was totally engulfed in flames. I barely got out in time. I lost computers, cameras, everything! It literally burned to the frame. The pavement was damaged so badly that I even had to pay for the road to be re-paved. The brush fire spread over approximately 2 acres. While trying to retrieve my purse from the cab, flames were so intense that I was singed. Once I grabbed my purse and started to run away from the truck, at about 15 feet from the truck, the air bag cannisters exploded. It was horrible!

  • Don April 13, 2013

    I sure wish this suit was happening in Canada , I have a 2005 f350 with the famous 6.0 engine . It has 123,000 miles on it , so far in the last 6 months I have had to put all new injectors , head gaskets egr delete kit , and oil cooler . Then not even 3 months later a piston cracked in half so then I had to order a short block from Oregon and had my heads rebuilt and new head gaskets again then put all my parts on the new motor . My first bill for repairs was $7000 then the second repairs that were done was 10,000. This thing is bankrupting me.

  • Don April 13, 2013

    Oh and I also forgot that I have replaced 4 ficm parts at $700 dollars each . Ford should have stayed with the good ol 7.3

  • Brad April 13, 2013

    I have one of the original 03 6.0L engines that I purchased in the end of 2002. I have recently started experiencing issues with the EGR and cooler. With only 67K miles on the vehicle, I am disappointed that I will end up spending approximately 7,500 to fix my truck. I hope that this lawsuit will provide assistance in the repair costs.

  • Brian W. April 14, 2013

    What really gets my blood boiling is how all the mechanics that work on these 6.0 boat anchors will keep you stringing along with the promise of how if you just do this that and the other thing you will have a bulletproof 6.0. The facts are that the 6.0 is so plagued with problems that you will never have a reliable engine, and all the money in the world will just postphone another breakdown. The 6.0 is just flat garbage and ford sucks.

  • tim berg April 14, 2013

    i bought a 03 ford f350 and it has costed us out of pocket 3500 dollers so far it has 120.000 and twice it left me on the side of the road two sencers have went out in it not to mention all the other issues it has.i would like to join this lawsuit please email me and let me know

  • Brenda April 18, 2013

    I have a 6.0 diesel engine 05 ford 350 white smoke just pour out of the tail pipe I took it to the garage and he told me is was the erg now I keep putting antifreeze in it about 500 worth so far i they should never have put the 6.0 out now the head gasket might be crack I need to be in the lawsuit

  • JohnT April 19, 2013

    I’m another “me-too” victim of the Ford 6.0L lie. 2004 with a blown EGR cooler. Ford replaced the EGR valve twice and refused to change it a third time under warranty, even though it was completely clogged. They never bothered to change the EGR cooler now I’m stuck with a huge bill.

  • Jouce Weber April 27, 2013

    I have a 2005 Econoline van 6.0. Have had it towed several times, replaced egr and multiple other things. It is going to be sold as soon as this lawsuit is settled.

  • Chris April 29, 2013

    2006 6.0 SD King Ranch FX4 with 103,000 miles. Extremely clean truck I bought at CARMAX. I am the 3rd owner. Truck ran great the first two weeks until I tried to pull a 10k travel trailer on the interstate at 70 mph. Engine immediately went into “Fail Safe/ Limp Home” mode. Took it to Ford dealership and they began to educate me on all the problems listed in this thread. They diagnosed it and said new TURBO needed and EGR valve. Took it to CARMAX since it is under their 30 day warranty and they confirmed new TURBO assembly, EGR valve, and compressor boost hose. I am certain this is just the beginning. I have not even made my first payment! WTF!!!

  • Nick May 5, 2013

    I bought my truck new in 2006. I wanted a ford. I RESEARCHED before I bought it. I had no problems until 85,000 miles and I “bullet proofed” it. Truck runs great. The 6.0 is a great motor. It’s not ford. It’s the EPA! Take the emissions bs off like the EGR valve and throw some head studs in there, upgrade the oil cooler, your golden.

    Watch the ” powerstroke perfect storm” on YouTube and you will see.

    Every truck has its problems weather it be duramax with their injectors ($3,000) or a dodge with their lets put new ball joints on every 25k miles.

    6.7a are great. I have 3 but I still drive my 06 6.0 as my daily driver. It has 525 hp, pulls 12,000 lb CAT every week, and passes an emissions check! What else do you want?

    If you want plastic… Buy a dodge

    If you want a great reliable truck buy a bullet proof 6.0!!

  • missmy7.3L May 11, 2013

    i have a 03 F-250 piece of sh__!had injectors put in 4 times b4 100000 miles $100 dollars warranty charge every time which is bull!Then it got EXPENSIVE!!!5 more times after at $2000 average just injectors then EGRs new fuel pump some kind of expensive voltage regulator which was supposed to fix the fn problem yea right!! twice I had to let the truck sit for extended periods of time and it might just bankrupt us!work depends on this truck and can’t afford to fix it up and nobody will take it in trade.Boy i miss my 7.3 L!!!!!!!!!!!!!! the farmer the bought my traded 7.3 is still to this day driving it and loves it!!Makes me sick to my stomach evry time he passes me with a loaded cattle trailor!!

  • Randy Andrews May 12, 2013

    Bought one when my first one under warranty blew its engine…new on has been in shop 8 times er aftebreakdowns on long hauls with horses. Engine rebuiult $6,000. three radiators, four turbo charger repairs, Transmission drop, total out of pocket repair exceeds $10,000 with anoter $1000 in the shop now for a leak related to the engine repair. Late payments caused by excessive repair bills, credit. damaged etc. We are in the horse business and intend to add signs to our rig outlining repair bills and poor service by ford. As a kid I always heard ford stood for Found On the Road Dead…it appears to be true!

  • dennis shelton May 15, 2013

    2004 250super duty. replaced 3 turbos ;2 egr’s; 5 injectors help!

  • Joe May 16, 2013

    My wife bought me a 2005 superduty as a x mas present before making our second payment engine had major internal engine failure. Cost us 8,000.00 plus for used engine 3,400 miles later having to change injectors 1,500 warranty company for used engine won’t even return our calls. How does a guy in AZ get in on this lawsuit or start my own?

  • Brian May 17, 2013

    Let’s see….I sold my 1999 Expedition 5.4 with 194,000 miles on it (ran great!) thinking I was upgrading to bigger and better things. I’ve owned my 2003 6.0 Excursion for a little over a year now, and I’ve had to replace 2 fuel injectors (1300.00), oil pump TWICE IN 3 MONTHS (1800.00 for first one, 2nd one was under warranty by repair shop) and the FICM (600.00). Figures, warranty was up in 6 months after purchase (bullshit happened a MONTH later!) Luckily, the poor sap that owned before my had already replaced the EGR cooler. This is a great engine-WHEN it’s running properly! I had to get another car (Mitsubishi, that I actually drove across the COUNTRY and NEVER broke down!) just to have a backup vehicle WHEN (not IF) this POS breaks down again. Ford, you suck for knowingly selling us 6.0 owners your factory defects! I will NEVER buy another Ford again!

  • Kristy May 21, 2013

    My understanding is judge is to make a decision on 5/23 I hope somebody does something. My husband has a 2005 F350 for his work. Great Truck right? Wrong. Get this paid Big Bucks for this truck and to date have spent… Are you sitting down… 23,600 dollars on repairs. Injectors, Turbo injectors, glo plugs, The list is on-going Have a stack of repairs from “one” Ford dealership… Way to go Ford you sucked us into buying your awesome truck, then while knowing selling a piece of junk engine with all these problems you are supporting your repair shops with an additional 23,600 hundred dollars. Great business decision making lots of profit on your part.. American built Ford Truck?… Really

  • Debra May 24, 2013

    I bought a 2004 ford f-350 6.0 Diesel engine with a bank loan for $26, 000 sadly I lost my truck because of all the problems listed in this class action settlement! I cried for days because The machanic shop would’nt give my truck back because I did’nt have the money for them to put it back together once they figured out the problems It had! Then the machanic shop wanted $10, 000 to fix my truck. Well my bank would’nt loan me that much because I’d already got the machanic$26, 000 loan thru them on the truck and that much$10, 000 added excided the value of the truck. So then my bank put the truck down as a abanded vehical because the machanic shop would’nt release my truck unless I gave them the amount of money they wanted, so then that machanic shop got a “FREE” 2004 f-350 4×4 Long wheel base :( It broke my heart then and still does to this day! I wrote Ford a letter and I never got a response of course. Then after that for years I’ve always said ford should do a recall on them ford 6.0 motors! Then I get this letter in the mail on November 2012 and my heart dropped!!!! I said well well well! I’m not the only victim! I think “FORD” OWES ME A NEW TRUCK! Ford has ruined my life honestly! I’ve got a lot of mental sadness because of this. Check this out when I first started making calls to machanic Shops to get qoutes, there were 2 to 8 fords in the shop with 6.0 diesel engine problemsgetting fixed!!!!! I’ve been messed up finacially and mentally sense I lost that beautiful truck! I see the owner of that machanic shop driving what used to be my ford f-350 around pulling his boat behind it going fishing!!!! It hurts me!!! :( I loved that truck….. I’d love to be in court with FORD or protest I’m a very upset girl!!!

  • Debra May 24, 2013

    Oh and yes my credit is ruined thanks FORD!

  • Kim May 29, 2013

    For those waiting on the May 22, 2013 determination, visit http://www.dieselsettlement.com. Unfortunately us Ford owners have to wait a little longer. Now the decision won’t be made by the judge until “sometime in July”
    Keep watching and let’s band together in getting these problems resolved with the 6.0 engine! I just spend a few thousand in getting our truck out of hawk! Only owned this truck 14 months.

  • James P NM May 30, 2013

    I think this settlement is BS. I have 16K extra in my truck and they are going to pay me back less than 1K WT???

  • CRAIG June 4, 2013

    MY 2003 6.0 HAS ONLY 70,000 AS OF NOW, I HAVE REPLACED 1 TURBO 2 INTERCOOLERS A COUPLE OF REPROGRAMMINGS AND THE ENGINE AT APPROX 45,000 WAS HARD STARTING WHEN COLD AND HAD VERY LITTLE POWER FORD WHEN I COMPLAINED TO FORD “UNDER WARRANTY” THEY SAID THIS WAS NORMAL FOR ‘DIESELS” AND COULD FIND NOTHING WRONG ??? AT APPROX 50,000 MILES I COMPLAINED AGAIN AND THEY INFORMED ME THAT I WAS OVER MY WARRANTY PERIOD BY 6 MONTHS EVEN THOUGHT I HAD ONLY 50,000 AND HAD COMPLAINED WHILE UNDER WARRANTY ?? THEY NOW TOLD ME THAT MY INJECTORS HAD FAILED AND MY EGR SYSTEM WAS PLUGGED AND THE COST TO REPAIR WAS APPROX $7,000 I COMPAINED TO FACTORY FORD AND THEY LAUGHED AT ME AND SAID THERE WAS NOTHING THAT THEY WOULD DO!!!!! I BOUGHT THIS TRUCK NEW AND HAD I MAINTAINED CORRECTLY “FORD IS A BIG SCAM COMPANY” ONLY THING THEY CARE ABOUT IS “THEIR BOTTOM DOLLAR” AND COULD CARE LESS ABOUT THE LITTLE GUY !!! I WAS RAISED WITH HONOR AND INTERGRITY A MANS WORD WAS HIS HONOR BUT WITH FORD ITS ABOUT ‘WHAT CAN THEY GET AWAY WITH”

  • thomas kraus June 7, 2013

    2003 f-250 6.0 replaced egr cooler #4 enjector cost 1200 bucks i”ll never buy another ford product 134000mi .chevy here i come …..

  • James June 24, 2013

    I am going through all of the same problems that everyone else is. Right now I just had to order a complete engine because my Oil cooler and EGR cooler both went out and the engine got hot and lost compression in 2 cylinders. So now I am out 8500 for that and this is after I have already replaced my oil cooler, egr cooler, head gaskets and the list goes on. Anyway I was just wondering if anyone knew how to get our names on the list for the lawsuit.

  • Frank June 24, 2013

    have a 2004 King Rancher spend over 10k to date in repairs Ford should make some type of concession in trade in value I owe 21k on it.

  • Justin July 2, 2013

    Same story here… 2006 F250 6.0, replaced EGR a few months ago $1,500. now the high pressure oil pump is bad, needs a new pump, oil cooler, over 20 hours in labor, estimated cost is $5,000. Complete failure by Ford. I’ve been left on the side of the road several times now. Previously owned 2, 7.3 liters and was a Ford fan for life, at least I thought I was.

  • Jim July 3, 2013

    So much like everyone else, I have sank $7,000 into fixing these issues. The question I am left is, do I now keep it and try to recoup the investment, or should I just bail now and get something else. I am looking at another $7K bill soon, or will it last me another 5 years?

  • Carl July 16, 2013

    I have a 2003 f250 6.0 D. I have replaced the turbo, FICM, oil cooler, egr,… I babied this truck. I did every thing as per Ford guidelines and I have spent $4500 + lots of time + lots of down time. I have also had several automatic transmission issues $1500 and I am having issues again.

  • marty July 25, 2013

    Just picked up my 2004 6.0 liter from the shop. In the last year and a half I have spent nearly six thousand dollars replacing the EGR valves, Fuel injection modular and the recent fix was the EGR cooler/ oil cooler. Thnks Ford/ Navistar (the builder of this great motor).

  • Kenney August 8, 2013

    I have replaced injectors egr and turbo and just last month the ficim then tranny sensor went ot not only to mention this month the dam EGR went out again man this is such an inconvinec …..hopefully we get some help ford absolutely did by getting a lot of money from sueing avistar.

  • Kenney August 8, 2013

    So when ford replaces a part under warranty does that part come with a warrenty if it goes out?

  • tommy August 29, 2013

    Ford F-250 6.0 diesel:
    I had to replace the original turbo charger at 75,559 miles. At apprx. 83,559 miles the new one spun a bearing and destroyed itself. Does Ford help out? Hell no! It died at 12 months and 10 days after installation. After all what’s another 2,250 bucks after only 8kmiles. The cost of ownership for the second turbo was a little more than 28 cents per mile. At 4 bucks/gallon for fuel and 20cents per mile consumption, this beast is eating me up for 48 cents per mile. Cost of ownership is too high because the reliability is too low. I have owned at least 8 gas powered ford pick ups since 1980 without complaint. But this diesel is a money hole. FORD, you have lost another customer of more than 30 years of purchases. I feel the some true sorrow for you folks that have endured tens of thousand of dollars in repairs. If Ford has a better idea, then why don’t they use it?

  • Charlie Kanzig September 3, 2013

    I have inquired about the Ford F-350 6.0 Diesel lawsuit. I find it difficult to find any updates on this. Am I looking in the wrong place. I think a settlement was due last spring, but I have not seen/heard anything at all.
    Please advise.

    Thanks a zillion.

  • Charlie Creswell September 6, 2013

    I have an 2006 6.0L. At 90K miles the oil seals had to be replaced for the warm start problem. I was not covered under warranty, because the truck was 5 years and 2 months old. At $104K miles I have blown a head gasket and am looking at $4,500 for Ford to fix it with the same parts that will fail again or pay $5,200 for aftermarket parts that will provide the performance Ford should have produced from day one. I guess this is the new Ford BUILT Tough we can expect.

  • Mike September 9, 2013

    My 2003 Ford 6.0 powerstroke has made me broke!

  • Dwain Myers September 13, 2013

    got my 05 f250 6.0l in the ford shop sept 9 13 call me to day going to need new turbo an oil an egr cooler an new head gaskets & bolts 7000.00 i pray that the head are ok .called ford no help. my pickup is a05 haves 83000 miles on it that hurts the old pocket book.

  • Steve Tarvis September 17, 2013

    I own a 2006 F-350 with a 6.0 diesel. I am the original owner. On 12/29/08 with 39810 miles on the vehicle, I had to have the Fuel Injector Control Module replaced ( covered by warranty). On 8/20/12 with 78599 miles I had to replace the Fuel Injector Control Module at my expense. On 9/9/13 with 82008 miles I needed to replace the Turbo and EGR Cooler at my expense. It has cost me $8000.00 in the last 2 years for repairs. That is just under 25% of the cost I paid for the vehicle when I bought it new.

  • matthew baker September 20, 2013

    I have an 07 f350. Around 80000 miles the egr plugged off and created over heating issue then around 87000 the head studs stretched blowing my head gasket now at 107000 it lost all kinds of power and throwing injector code and between all that my ficm went to

  • Andrew Baysura Jr. September 21, 2013

    When can I download the claims for for my Ford 6.0 liter diesel engine that I had to have repairs?

  • deborah stelly September 25, 2013

    I have a 2004 F250 superduty diesel, 147,000 miles, had to chane head gaskets $7000.00, went to pick up and running rough, another 4000.00 to change fuel injectors on a truck i have had for 9yrs and taken care of, i want info on getting in this law suit

  • Scott McGuire October 5, 2013

    I am going through all of the same problems that everyone else is. Right now I just had to order a complete engine because my Oil cooler and EGR cooler both went out and the engine got hot and lost compression in 2 cylinders. So now I am out 8500 for that and this is after I have already replaced my oil cooler, egr cooler, head gaskets and the list goes on. Anyway I was just wondering if anyone knew how to get our names on the list for the lawsuit.

  • George October 6, 2013

    My problems are just starting. I have a 2007 F250 and my EGR Cooler just went and from my mechanics own words he said get rid of the truck your problems have just begun

  • Dave October 22, 2013

    I’m at $12,300 in repairs over the last 3 years!! This truck is peace of junk!! Problem is i can’t trade it in no dealer will take it!!! And It’s a Harley addition even!!!

  • bekki October 22, 2013

    i have a 2005 f350 that has been in the shop more than the road i have paid thousands of dollars in repairs extended warranties rental cars towing and my credit has been ruined because of them i have my truck has been broke down since oct 2012 i have been on foot or paying for rentals as a result i am disabled on fixed income they want 8500 to fix my truck and thats not even a new motor ford wouldn’t even take it back or trade it in i wasn’t asking for anything but for them to make it right

  • Matt November 11, 2013

    I have a 2006 f250 last week the check engine light came on so I took it to the ford dealership they hooked the computer up to it an the code was a egr failure.. they said fixing it may be as much as 3000 dollars. Seems to me like ford found there selves a very easy way to make a lot of money. I don’t think this is fair to customers and think it is very bad business on fords part considering every 6.0 has this problem. I feel something needs to be done as soon as possible about this .

  • Mark November 12, 2013

    I own this engine and am having horrible issues with it! I bought a 2004 6.0l diesel in May – it died a week later and cost me $2500 to replace the EGR which wasn’t covered in the ‘base care’ warranty I bought at purchase. I contacted the dealer that sold it to me and upgraded the warranty to the premium care. Good thing because the EGR cooler and oil cooler died 5 days later. The truck is dead again, the EGR choked with carbon, and Ford won’t cover it under their warranty because the part didn’t fail, “The Ford Motor Company didn’t put that carbon rock in the valve”. I am being charged another $3000! Help! I can’t join the California suit because I live in Nevada.

  • Clarence E Tish November 15, 2013

    06 F250 6.0 REPLACED EGR COOLER AT 80K AND ALSO TURBO AT SAME TIME.NOW RUNS ROUGH 105K INJECTORS?

  • jj November 15, 2013

    Can I still join. I have a 2004 f250 6.0 that needs to go into the shop again. I’m tired of paying for it to be fixed.

  • Larry Puro November 20, 2013

    I have a 2005 6 litre diesel that I purchased in Canada I have just had to have $6,000 worth of repairs done to it. The repairs included a new turbo, a new BA actuator assembly, a new oil cooler, a new egr cooler, a new egr valve. Am I eligible for a claim? How do I get a claim form?

  • Beth Hughes November 25, 2013

    This is just a disgrace they way Ford has ripped us hard working americans off the “sicko” my name for the 6.0

  • Steven Fisher November 26, 2013

    I have a 2005 6 litre diesel that I purchased . I have just had to have $6,000 worth of repairs done to it. The repairs included a new turbo, a new BA actuator assembly, a new oil cooler, a new egr cooler, a new egr valve. New oil pumps. Am I eligible for a claim? How do I get a claim form?

  • Matt F. December 1, 2013

    Does anyone know if it is still possible to be a part of this lawsuit? I just currently had the same problems with my 2004 Ford F250 as the long list below, white smoke, bad EGR cooler, oil cooler, and blown head gasket.

  • Paul Maple/PM Engine December 2, 2013

    I have encountered numerous issues with my 2006 F-150 and would like to become a cliet or member of the ongoing lawsuit to reclaim monies lost to the many repairs to my 6.0 l engine. Thank you very much.

  • Rodney Jones December 3, 2013

    I would like to take part in class action I have a few trucks with 6.0 I’ve have numerous issues with ..

  • Marshall Lanclos January 20, 2014

    I have a 2004 F250 and I’m having trouble with oil in my water reservoir. I already had to change a fuel injector. Can someone please tell if the lawsuit is still going on? I would like to into myself.

  • Michael January 23, 2014

    Marshall Lanclos,

    Have you taken it in for a diagonsis? I ask because I had a 2003 Excursion running 6.0 Liter and same problems you had oil into my coolant. Luckily for me I dumped it back to my original dealer location and picked up a 2005 F350 Dually still with 6.0 liter.

    Among a few things several diesel techs told me at another dealer trying to trade the X in told me my HPOP was going bad, EGR, etc… Resulting in them only wanting to give me $8k for trade in value if I was lucky. Well told them hell no and took it back to where I got it and that place gave me $10,500. So even oweing about $3k more than they offered I got rid of it becuase they never found the issues all they tested was the turbo which worked flawless.

    Take it in and see what is wrong with it but recommend, a highly qualified diesel tech that you know or who does not work for Ford first. Sorry about your issues.

  • Kenneth Aull January 26, 2014

    I really hope this class action lawsuit makes ford do the right thing, I could use all the help I can get with 2006 e350 van 6.0. Diesel .

  • Rodney phillips February 1, 2014

    My F-350 Ford 6.0 liter diesel is parked in the driveway. I did not think I would ever buy a vehicle that the only thing you could do is look at it. I have discovered it is cheaper just to pay off the note and let it rust right where it is!!
    The truck is a 2005 and looks pretty but every time I put it on the road it wants to tackle my wallet!!
    Here begs the question, Why would you [ FORD MOTOR CO. ] sell junk to the people who makes your payroll?
    How do we all get compensated for our out of pocket losses?

  • Bradley February 2, 2014

    I’ve got one of these piles of junk also same problems as everyone else new motor at 103,000 miles egr failur $16,000 new motor installed 30,000 miles and 2 years later turbo goes out under warranty thank you Jesus 2 years later f.i.c.m goes out injector fails fills cylinder full of fuel brakes rod total engin loss six months after warranty is out with only 52,000 miles on motor what a pile of crap fords only simpathetic words we can put a new motor in it for 16,000 dollars if it was able to run I would have drove it through the dealerships front glass is there anyone with info on the law firms that made this law suit happen I would like to know what I can do to make anouther happen I don’t want another 6.0 in my truck from them I want them to pay me for a cummins to go in my truck the only thing I can see making this right

  • Eric Lequia February 3, 2014

    I’m the second owner to my 06 F250 I bought it with 57,000 on it origanal miles! I’m at 80,000 and it’s been parked for over a month as it was when I bought it! I’ve had the fuel injection control rebuilt and a water pump with fan assembly and then I had issues with the company I bought it from! This truck wasn’t out of the ford warranty and I couldn’t get a ford dealer to honor anything! I asked Ford for a extended warrenty from bumper to bumper and I was laughed at! I bought this truck while in service at Fort Carson and I haven’t owned it for a year yet! How can I get involved with this law suit? This is crap how we the owners get treated like crap and pushe away from service cause nobody wants to work on them!!!!!

  • Heather February 8, 2014

    Our ford just died in the driveway. Had all listed problems and was done with it all after thousands of dollars in repairs so I decided to follow up on the letter we got 11/14/12 and found this site and another navistar ( http://dieselsettlement.com) that says all claims had to be submitted by 12/31/13 we never ever got any follow up notifications on the class action suit – anyone know the real story?

  • ronald kaminski February 24, 2014

    need help with lawyer for 2006 ford 6.0 diesel

    • ronald kaminski February 24, 2014

      how can we sue ford

  • kim sodders March 4, 2014

    I bought a 2006 20 months ago. Since then a new egr cooler, radiator, oil cooler, 3 map sensors and two high pressure oil pump. ( maybe 3 because this hunk of garbage won’t start again after having it replaced a month ago) . I’m ready to jump off a bridge. 8 grand for the van and 10 K in repairs. What a joke

    • Jeffrey mills March 4, 2014

      I bought my 05 F350 brand new my very first new truck at 25000 the turbo had to be replaced thank god under warranty. Not long after numerous repairs too many to write down !! Last August on the way to my nieces wedding high pressure oil pump that runs fuel injectors in the valley of the motor crapped out $3500. later back on the road that didn’t include rental car cost and travel expenses to retrieve the truck. Just last month the EGR issues happened at about 115000 miles put the bullet proof system in it at a cost of around 12k did I mention I was at my daughters in Portland Ore. 800 miles from home. So last week heads crack and I’ve never overheated the truck. Waiting for job to be completed estimate 6 to 7k. I’m well over 20k in repairs with only 135000 on the truck and very well maintained. My 56 Chevy I restored 35 years ago is so much more reliable and is always my go to truck that I can always depend on unlike my new ford. I will never buy another ford as long as I live unless its over 50 yrs old. This 6.0 liter was definitely not worth wat I paid for it. I’m very dissatisfied with ford motor company my next diesel will probably be the Cummins in the Dodge or he Izuzu in the GM absolutely not a ford.

  • Daniel Jenkins April 5, 2014

    I bought a 03 ford 6.0 f250 4×4 and I’ve had nothing but problems second day in from buying it the oil cooler blew up and I have oil all in the coolant system so I got a mech to replace the oil cooler and clean the coolant system, well I still have oil in the coolant and 4 bad injectors, turbo leak, cam shift sensor,icp sensor, and 5 codes I’ve already spent 2,000+ on repairs and a ford mechanic has ran a computer on the engine and I have loss of compression in 2 cylinder. I’m very displeased with the 6.0 engine but love the truck. How do I see if I qualify for reimbursement?

  • HAUNANI April 7, 2014

    I purchased my 06 from a one owner at 60,000 miles driving it home not even 100 miles the turbo went out i was 600 miles from home got it replaced no charge i purchased an extended warranty. I don’t pull heavy with my truck however last year my glow plugs kept fouling I would replace it and yet again foul. On december 3, 2013 on our way to my grandmother funeral my engine shut completely down oil everywhere…EGR went out order after market BULLET at a cost of $2357.00 buck the mechanic replaced it and the truck still didn’t want to run,,,,well come to find out the head gasket went out another $1200.00 this is not including the labor so far I am over $12k into repair. There is yet another issue my husband said screw it he won’t pull with the truck just run around in it. Apparently our mechanic said it is a good engine with alot of torque however they used crappy cheap parts to build it.

  • Orlando Cabrera April 29, 2014

    I purchased my truck (F250 6.0 diesel) from the dealer brand-new in 2006 and I am having the same issues as everyone else on this forum. The warranty on this truck has expired and even the extended warranty too. The injectors have been replaced because they failed, the head gasket has blown, the intercooling also. I replaced these too, over $8,000 in repairs and the truck has only 70,000 miles. I have been a Ford customer for years and I am disappointed in the quality of this truck. Am I eligible for a claim/lawsuit? Please contact me and let me know before this truck bankrupts me, I am just a regular worker who needs his truck.

  • Orlando Cabrera April 29, 2014

    I purchased my truck (F250 6.0 diesel) from the dealer brand-new in 2006 and I am having the same issues as everyone else on this forum. The warranty on this truck has expired and even the extended warranty too. The injectors have been replaced because they failed, the head gasket has blown, the intercooling also. I replaced these too, over $8,000 in repairs and the truck has only 70,000 miles. I have been a Ford customer for years and I am disappointed in the quality of this truck. Am I eligible for a claim/lawsuit? Please contact me and let me know before this truck bankrupts me, I am just a regular worker who needs his truck..

  • Pat Wiggins May 2, 2014

    I also have an 06 F350 with the 6.0. The turbo has gone out and replaced, erg went out so a delete was installed, injectors and glow plugs replaced. And still has issues that they aren’t sure about. Now pointing at head gaskets. How can I get in on this? Thanks

  • Daniel Carlgren May 15, 2014

    Stock 03 f350 6.0 more problems than I can list. This is an issue of great concern. How can I be a part of this lawsuit?

  • Mike Mazzaglia May 29, 2014

    I have 2 6.0 liter diesels. 1 ford F-450 has had injector problem after injector problem changed almost all of them now and last 2 are acting up. the 2nd is a 2004 f-350 and it has a problem with EGR 4 times and now a block rusting through problem. How do I get included in the law suit?

    • Ken June 1, 2014

      I bought a 2005 ford 350 6.0 last year only 61,000 miles on it. Love the truck, and in mint condition,rides great. Already had injectors replaced, and steering and brake assembly unit controller whatever its called replaced. Luckily under warranty. We full time RV so concerned about the reliability of this truck. Looking into getting fully bulletproofed but not sure if worth spending that kind of money?
      Would be interested to know if the law suit is still in the process.

  • jason johnson June 4, 2014

    Ford Sucks

    repaired 2005 with 90,000 miles replaced egr and oil cooler, and injectors in 4/11
    10/12, 8/13 and again in 2/14. Submitted for reimbursement under diesel settlement on time and was denied everything.

    Customers were included in settlement but never given any notice of deadline. FORD and THIER LAWYERS SUCK.

    Ford ripped me off and then wasted my time with their BS settlement.

    I WILL NEVER BUY ANOTHER FORD PRODUCT!

  • Juan C Garcia June 11, 2014

    Is amazing how all of us inhere have spend over 10k on this dumb truck. I took my truck to the dealer and after spending $6,000 with them on a oil pressure pump, oil cooler, new turbo, alternator, and electrical hardness. I took my 2004 e-450 6.0 home 400 miles into it the truck starts smoking white and black smoke when is on. Call the dealer and told them that after spending 6k why is this happening. Response we will send a tow truck but if the priblem is none related then you have to pay for towing charges and repairs. I am tired of this bs and spending so much money on this piece if sh?? I cant even sell it because i probably make more money selling it for scrap metal. I want in this law suit i epend over 10k on this crap and ford is not taking care of us not fair how they get money they lost from the engien company but we still get screw. This is my number i want in the law suit 5628433428 JC

  • Kaan Ural June 15, 2014

    all this problems sound so familiar :) I just blow a head gasket possible cracked the blocks on my 2005 F-250, what is more funny is this truck never being used in any heavy work. I am fed up with it . does anyone knows how we join this ? please contact me at kaan001@centurytel.net
    thanks

  • martin gonzalez June 23, 2014

    un dealer me vendio una f-350 sabiendo que tenia problemas defabrica y medieron unmes de garantia la troca desde el primer dia tubo fallas y se pasaron el mes disque reparandola y al final me dijeron que no hacian nada mas por la troca y meladejaron enotro pueblo amas de 30millas deretirado nose que puedohacer no puedo llevarlos acorte ymedamuchocorajelo que paso esto fue en san Antonio tx en un delar llamado holydaymotors yelvendedorse llamacarlos Gonzales unque sea los quiero quemar en internet

  • Jason Shuck July 6, 2014

    I own an 2004 f250 6.0 4×4 super crew. I have spent 20k and have only had it 1 yr due to heads injectors oil cooler just an complete nightmare. I will never own another ford EVER..!! These trucks are complete garbage. Chevy here I come.

  • Jason Shuck July 6, 2014

    Would like to get my money back I’ve spent more on this truck then it’s cost to remodel my home. I would like to have an estimated date and would like to here from these attorneys if possible so I can file a claim..

  • Sandra July 11, 2014

    I have a 2005 Ford and I am having all the same problems never got anything in the mail informing me of this. The truck is in the shop again for blown head gasket, already replaced 5 of the 8 injectors, and the oil pump tired of this, never knew about the class action suit against Ford, until the mechanic told me about it and not a Ford garage. Can someone please tell me if we can start another suit against Ford for this? Like I said just now hearing about this thought all my truck problems was bad luck,

  • wilfredo July 17, 2014

    soy dueno de una f350 2002 y desde el momento en que me la entregaron en el dealer, a estado de taller en taller bomba de diesel injectores a sido un dolor de cabeza. Deceo saber como puedo unirme a esta demanda de clase .

  • paul steed August 9, 2014

    i have spent over 10,000 dollars in the last two yrs. on my 2004 and 2006 f250 both with the same problem egr cooler, and oil pump, plus injectors, and turbo . also both trucks front brakes had to be all replaced because they kept sticking . would love to be kept in the loop on what happens with this lawsuit

  • joe August 14, 2014

    Just want my 03 ford running and to last my 97 ford is more reliable then my 03 never had a problem with 7.3 but 6.0 is junk

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