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97,000 miles; update(save yourself time, it still runs perfect).

Discussion in '3rd Gen - 2007 - 2017' started by jeff kushner, Sep 14, 2020 at 6:36 AM.

  1. jeff kushner

    jeff kushner Full Access Members

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    Turned 97,000 as I rolled out of my local shop last Friday after replacing the original tires which had been rotated only 3 times in 97K. Replaced with same Hankook tires, now the Dynapro AT2.

    It was it's first time on a lift....replaced rear brakes at the same time(front pads were done 10k ago or so, plugs replaced at 86K. The rear fluid was changed using outboard gear oil and the Ford additive 40K ago, cleaned up the slippage and never has been an issue.

    My truck has never been to a repair shop. Nothing has broken, no fluid or H2O leaks anywhere, no errors. It required a bit of MAF cleaner to clean the TB at 90K or so, cleaned it right up.

    Bought new in Nov '16 it's coming up on 4 years of ownership....by far, the best of the 3 expy's I've owned.

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    Good stuff Jeff! It is good to get a good post in the mix!
     
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    Agreed. I love to see the positive. My 08 Navigator is at 209k and I love to see the good news. The trouble shooting is great but I also like to hear from owners that have worked hard to keep theirs maintained and running without a hitch.


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    Is this MAF cleaning some recommended service someplace? I just passed 105K.
     
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    Awesome news for us 1st gen Ecoboost owners! If I’m not mistaken, you aren’t running any kind of catch can either. That’s even better news for us that are......(hopefully). I’m planning on the undertaker driving me in mine to my final destination in my own big red Hearse! So hopefully I can keep it running a very long time.
     
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    Nice. I have 167,000 miles on my 2015 ecoboost expedition. Still running strong and I have a race tune being created for it as I type this.


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    Jeff, who installed or where did you source the Dynapro AT2's?
     
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    has anyone used firestone destination white letter tires?
     
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    Good policy over time, especially if your idle gets wonky. It just gets dirty over time, but ESPECIALLY if you add an oiled airfilter.

    Ask me how I know, and then ask why I will never run an oiled filter on a modern, MAF sensor'ed engine again.
     
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    I've had good luck with the Destination AT's, great tire for the money. Never had a set of HT's.

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