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FordPowerStroke

Power Stroke is the name given to the diesel engines found in Ford Super Duty trucks, Ford Excursion SUVs, Ford Econoline vans, and Ford LCF commercial vehicles. Production by Navistar International Corporation (International Truck and Engine Corporation) for Ford Motor Company began in mid 1994, in Indianapolis, Indiana, Huntsville, Alabama, and Brazil and continued until 2010.

The Navistar sourced diesels came in displacements of 7.3, 6.0, 4.5, and 6.4 liters. In the middle of 2010 Ford released a newly designed 6.7 Liter Powerstroke engine (codenamed the Scorpion and built in house by Ford in their Chihuahua, Mexico facility (Chihuahua Engine Plant, "CHEP") along with a newly redesigned interior and exterior. These engines primarily compete in the United States full-size pickup truck market with the Duramax V8 from General Motors/Isuzu DMAX and the B series straight 6 from Ram/Cummins.

The T444E is a Diesel V8 engine manufactured by Navistar International Corporation. It was used by Ford Motor Company, branded the Ford Power Stroke engine, from 1994 through 2003, replacing an earlier 7.3 L indirect-injection V8 from Navistar. It was replaced in 2003.5 (After December 31, 2002) by the 6.0 L VT365. (from Wikipedia)

Here at Diesels Only we work on all the various Ford diesel engines, be it in your pickup, van or heavy duty truck. From routine maintenance to a complete diesel engine rebuild, Diesels Only is your local Denver shop to have this work expertly done.