During service and repair of the 2.7L/3.0L EcoBoost achieving proper torque of the crankshaft pulley bolt is critical. Incorrect torque may allow the bolt to loosen resulting in the timing gear breaking and engine damage.
Some 2017-2018 F-150 vehicles equipped with a 3.5L EcoBoost engine built at Kansas City Assembly Plant on or before 23-Feb-2018 or Dearborn Truck Plant on or before 26-Feb-2018 may exhibit an oil leak from the oil pan RTV seal.
Coolant pump service information
|General Service Bulletin (GSB):||Coolant Pump Inspection|
|GSB Overview:||This General Service Bulletin details warrantable/non warrantable condition of coolant pumps|
|NOTE: This information is not intended to replace or supersede any warranty, parts and service policy, Work Shop Manual (WSM) procedures or technical training or wiring diagram information.|
GSB Topics Covered Include:
- Coolant pump design characteristics & features
- Normal staining example
- Leaking example
- Diagnostic leak tip
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Fuel Filler Door Not Flush With Rear Quarter Panel When Closed – Built On Or Before 8-Dec-2017
30 January 2018