Question about 2004 Ford F150
First off do not run this motor,you will cause major damage to the internals,and I'm afraid to say this might already be the case,it's hard to say what may be causing your problem,the first thing I can think is your oil pump has failed,but either way there it sounds like an oil flow problem and this is most likely causing the overheating.I really hate to say this but you are most likely looking at a major overhaul or engine replacement.At the very least the bottom end is going to need to be disassembled and the bearings most likely replaced and journals inspected and measured,and the oil pump tested.Unless your are experienced mechanically you need to take this to the shop.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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