Ford Powerstroke Diesel Tech Tips Webinar
I will be presenting a one hour Ford 6.7L Powerstroke Diesel Technician Power Tips webinar on June 11. It will be offered twice. Once at 7 PM Eastern time, and again at 7 PM Pacific time.
I will present a 26 year compilation of some extremely helpful information including obscure service and repair info, tech tips, and useful tools that will help you the very next day in your everyday diagnosis and repair of Ford Powerstroke Diesel engines.
$29.00 USD by June 8, 2020. $39.00 USD after.
I have attached the information and registration form to this post.
I SIGNED UP FOR A TRAINING WEBINAR TO START AT 7PM EDT AND GOT CALLED OUT AT 6PM EDT FOR A SERVICE CALL AND DID NOT GET BACK UNTIL 11PM EDT. IS THERE A PROVISION WHERE I CAN DOWNLOAD COPY OF THE WEBINAR/TRAINING SESSION IN THE EVENT IT HAPPENS THIS TIME ALSO? Having a 24 hour mobile truck and trailer for almost 40 years, this is a too-often happening. One of the fringe benefits of owning your…
Hi Dick, I am a little bit confused by your post. Please e-mail me directly at … so we can further the discussion. Thanks!
Mike I have 2 F450 with 6.0L diesels 2005 models. Hw much of your presentation will be of use to my specific application.
Very different systems. One is a HEUI engine and the other is Common Rail. I'm sure Mike will be along to provide more info.
Guess I will hang on till someone has something exclusive on the HEUI and 6.0L systems. Please point me out should you know of any.
I have not seen much on this. Maybe I should set up a $29.00 class lol. I had to learn by the seat of my pants. I have a good friend that works for Ford and considered the best Diesel tech at his dealership. He cannot help me. Much of his service bulletins just give a list of parts to change but little on how it works. I think I know more than he does.
Are you asking me how much is specific to just the 2005 model year?
I need to offer a correction here and I apologize for the inconvenience it may have caused. This webinar is not specific to the 6.7L Powerstroke engine. There are tech tips in this webinar for all four of the engines, including but not limited to the 6.7L. Again, I apologize.
- What are the 4 engines you speak of ??