TSC Ford Specialist, Englewood Colorado

The Ford Power Stroke® diesel engine line is renowned for its power and performance. At TSC Ford Specialist in Englewood, we help owners across the Denver metro maintain, repair and rebuild their Power Stroke engines. No problem is too big or too small – we’ve seen and fixed it all.

Many people think that the only way to service their Ford Power Stroke diesel engines is to go back to their dealer. However, our ASE certified technicians have all the same engine diagnostic equipment, plus decades of experience in pinpointing and repairing Power Stroke diesel engine related problems.

TSC Ford Specialist’s Power Stroke diesel engine repair services cover all parts and systems:

  • Diesel engine overhaul/rebuild
  • Glow plugs
  • Check engine light repair
  • Electrical problems
  • Oil seal repair
  • Oil pan gaskets
  • Head gaskets
  • Rear main seal
  • Timing chain and gears
  • Valve adjustments
Ford engine repairs

For help with Ford Power Stroke diesel engine repair, give us a call to schedule your appointment.

Common Problems You’ll Find in Ford Power Stroke Diesel Engines

When you work on these engines every day, you’ll see certain issues pop up time and time again. While we can’t list all the Power Stroke problems we’ve come across, you can bet we’ve seen and fixed any issue you might be experiencing. So, give us a call and let our experts attend to these repairs and more.

Ford 6.7 Power Stroke Diesel Issues

  • Defective, leaking primary radiator
  • Turbocharger failure
  • Exhaust / NOX sensor failures
  • Leaking turbo coolant inlet fitting
  • Clogging of the EGR system (coolers)
  • Improper deletion of DPF/DEF/EGR systems
  • Glow plugs breaking off into engine
  • Ceramic bearings causing turbo failure (2011/2012)

Ford 7.3 Power Stroke Diesel Issues

  • Injector regulator valve sticks or sensor wires are damaged,
  • Injector driver module gets damaged from water,
  • Cam position sensor stops working,
  • Under valve cover harness connectors become loose or shortened
  • Fuel filter clogs
  • Lift pump fails
  • Overheating occurs
  • Injector control pressure sensor
  • Fuel heater fails