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  • What are the new cam Phazer #. I seem to remember Q or something?
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    There are 2 different part numbers (intake and exhaust) but the newest version of both end in suffix “CD”.
    The nut had not been previously removed and was a Nyloc flange nut. The threads looked "OK" and went together smoothly. I wonder how long it was loose. Thanks for the reply.
    I have a question.
    We were out at the Mojave Road and my friends 2020 Raptor SCAB had the UCA ball-joint nut come off. I found the nut and installed the UCA. Is there any "standard" repair on that type of failure or is it open to the Tech?
    I would NOT fell comfortable with just retorquing the nut.
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    Was the nut previously removed? The factory nut has a nylon insert; it should never loosen up on its own. If the threads are undamaged, the proper repair is to replace the nut and torque it to spec.
    My engine blew at 91K Miles. Told a valve broke off and went through the cylinders into the block and turbos. Luckily it covered under my 100K Ford warranty. The dealer says there are no complete engines available so they are ordering a long block and all the other parts separately. My question is are the techs specifically trained to build an engine as well as the factory ?
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    Yes, technicians are trained in engine disassembly/assembly. However, there is no “building” required with a long block; it includes everything except for the intake/exhaust manifolds, fuel system, and accessories. You will never get a complete engine under warranty because it’s not necessary when the existing components can be reused.
    Started a conversation with you but not sure if you got it so I started another one.

    Sorry if it's a duplicate.
    That`s what i thought but the Ford ordered 5 more cams from different location and all of them are the same.
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    Wow, that is definitely strange. Even though the teeth are spaced the same, I don't see how the PCM wouldn't flag that as being out of time, since it's 180 degrees out. Sorry I can't be of more help.
    Thanks for the reply 1FTEW1EG8FKD84929 The part number for the cam comes up DL3Z-6250A
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    I ran the VIN and I'm coming up with the same part number for the passenger side exhaust camshaft; DL3Z-6250-A, which superseded DL3Z-6250-AB. You may have received one that was incorrectly manufactured; I would recommend getting another one to verify.
    Can you give me a call when you have a second, I noticed your comment about the high beam trigger and wanted to chat with you. 312-317-9444 Keith Mandoske LVJ Motorsports.
    FordTechOne
    FordTechOne
    Hey, I literally just saw your message now, sorry I overlooked it! I didn't even know the profile was a feature. If you still want to talk just let me know and we can schedule a time
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