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    FWIW, I have a 2019 too that burned 2-3 quarts in the first 6,000 miles. Had dealership do a free synthetic oil change and in the next 10k miles, I burned less than a quart. So, it somehow "fixed" itself.

    If you have an early build 2019, you may want to do the valve cover TSB. That addresses the issue for the most part from what I've read.
     
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    It’s not that if “fixed” itself, it’s that it finally broken in. It’s normal for all engines to consume some oil during break-in as the piston rings mate with the cylinder bores, especially high performance engines. The engine should be considered fully broken in at 10,000 miles.
     
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    It is most like likely being consumed by the PCV system. With modern semi-synthetic and full synthetic oils, you won’t see blue smoke unless it’s burning a massive amount of oil.

    What is your build date?
     
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    The only date I can find is on the white label on the driver side door jam. 02/19
     
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    That build date pre-clean production on the Valve Covers; your truck qualifies for TSB 20-2294. The procedure has the dealer update the PCM software and perform an oil consumption test. If the engine consumes 1 quart in 3,000 miles or less, they will then replace the valve covers to resolve the issue.
     
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    FordTechOne- what is the cut off date for this TSB? I think I’m March or April ‘19 build.
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    The cutoff for the Valve Cover replacement was 4/1/2019, but all 2017-2020 models qualify for the PCM calibration update that is included in the same TSB.
     
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    Great. Thanks again!


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    If the valve covers need to be replaced,is it’s pretty straightforward procedure? Is the oil consumption done by them or do I have to drive it and check the oil periodically?
     

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