We have serviced and repaired more Ford Trucks than any other independent shop in our area. We service a good amount of fleets in our area so it is very common to find multiple Ford Trucks in our shop for repair every day.
Our many years of experience combined with both factory and aftermarket Ford training, makes our Ford mechanics more than qualified for any repair you may need.
Ford Trucks. F150, F250, F350, and even the big boy F450 and F550’s are what we work on.
Our Ford specialist knows all the gas engines as well as all the Ford Power Stroke engines. If you have a Ford Power Stroke Diesel, you can also check out our Power Stroke specific page.
With our fleet program, we have been seeing a large number of Ford F150 with the EcoBoost powertrain in for repairs and service. We have a lot of experience with both the 3.5l and 2.7l EcoBoost. The new F150 is one of my favorite vehicles to drive. They are quiet, build an impressive amount of power and drive great. The amount of power they build is mostly due to the Turbocharger system which is great for power, but comes with some downfalls. With turbocharger power comes turbocharger heat. With the turbocharger system consistently going through hot and cold cycles, there will eventually be a failure. It is important to keep good clean fluids in your engine and have it checked out if you ever notice any performance or noise concerns.
Outside of the F150 with the newer EcoBoost, we are also very experienced in all the other Ford Truck platforms. Whether it be the one of the newer V8’s in the F150, F250 or F350 with the 5.0l, 6.2l or the big boy 7.3l, we know them all. We are obviously also confident in all the older models with the 5.4l v8 and the 6.8 v10.
Some of the most common repairs we are performing on the Ford Truck gasoline engines are:
- Exhaust leaks and repairs- We are commonly repairing exhaust manifold leaks due to worn or broken exhaust studs.
- Oil leaks- If caught soon enough, oil leaks are typically not too big of a deal. One of the common oil leak repairs we are currently seeing is the timing chain covers on the 2.7l and 3.5l EcoBoost.
- Check engine light- There are numerous problems that can cause your check engine light to come on. We work on so many Ford Trucks that there are rarely any problems we haven’t seen. We are confident in diagnosing and repairing any warnings that may come up.