When it does happen, it is unexpected and most people are not prepared to handle it properly. Many become confused because they do not know what to do next.
Therefore, here are 3 tips that will assist you in making the right moves when your car breaks down on the road:
1. Move your vehicle to safety
It’s no secret that 6.0L Ford/Navistar Power Stroke engines have been notable for warranty issues. These included EGR valve sticking due to carbon deposits, which can be remedied by installing a new-design stainless EGR cooler. There are not many mechanics who like to work on the 6.0, but we at Matt’s Caddy Shop are ready to keep your 6.0L Ford/Navistar Power Stroke engines running smooth and in great working order.
Brand New! Head Gaskets for Chevy Duramax
Congratulations to Jimmie Johnson and his second win at the Daytona 500!
Additionally, Jimmie Johnson donated 71,000$ in Champions Grant money to Granite Hills High School for technology set-ups to 49 classrooms! Way to go!
Matt here from MCS – Ford, Chevy Diesel and Cadillac Dealer Alternative Repair
We had a 2004 F-250 that lost all oil pressure.
The Ford F-250 needs 3000 lbs of oil pressure to start engine.
After installing an aftermarket high pressure pump the problem was solved and the F250 owner was back on the road in one day.
Another Ford F-250 owner was having hard engine starting issues with our current cold weather conditions.
The simple and affordable solution was to install new glow plugs into his Ford.
Recently repaired a 2004 Ford F250 Diesel that lost all oil pressure..
Installed a new oil pump to solve problem and get the customer back on road quickly.
Matt’s Caddy Shack recently completed work on a 2005 Ford 6.0 diesel truck with oil pressure issues. Matt’s mechanics replaced the standpipes-branch tubes.
On another Ford 6.0 Diesel repair, 8 injectors were replaced to correct the misfiring.
Scalloped dips that appear around the edge of the tire tread are almost always an indicator that you have worn out suspension parts.
Any worn component like a ball joint, wheel bearing, shock, springs or bushings can cause this condition.
Replace the worn components and move (& balance) the cupped tire to a new position on your car.
Above normal operating temperatures, the oxidation rate doubles with each 20 degree increase in temperature.