From what I have read, most of you are already aware of the shortcomings of the 6.0 diesel engine. Well, here's some of the problems my brother's company is currently having with theirs. Apparently the high pressure oil pump that pressurizes the injectors has failed, which may or may not have ruined a few of the injectors. The oil cooler and/or EGR (on a diesel???) cooler has leaked, allowing pressurized oil into the cooling system. It's a mess. It might have head gaskets leaking, although it's never overheated, but it blows coolant out past the reservoir cap. Now here's the kicker, Ford wants 5400.00 big ones to fix this POS and from what I've heard, it's an amazing thing that the turbo still works. Guess frequent oil changes and letting the motor idle down are good for keeping some things in working order. Sorry for the rant guys, but if any of you were thinking of getting a Ford 6.0 diesel, I'd steer clear and wait to see how the 6.4 works out, or just get an older 7.3l. Ok, I feel better now.