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Date of Service:
Work Done on:
Replaced the OEM radiator on the 2007 6.0 Powerstroke diesel in my Coachmen Freelander because of unrepairable leaks around the fittings on the
bottom header tank where the transmission cooler lines enter. The replacement is an aftermarket radiator that is all aluminum, no plastic header
tanks. This supposed to be a permanent fix for the leaking O-ring seals in the stock plastic tank. The radiators are common for the pickup trucks, but
was a special order for the E-series chassis. Steve is a Powerstroke specialist and offers all manner of upgrades for these engines. He also does other
light diesels, like Cummins.
Evaluation of Service Performed:
This shop is in an out-of-the-way location on the outskirts of Monroe, WA. What you get is professional, knowledgeable repair work at a very
reasonable price. I set up the appointment a week ahead. Steve had the new radiator waiting and in two and a half hours the job was done, leak
checked, transmission topped up and ready to go for our summer trips. The cost was $300 less than the nearest quote I had, and about half the Ford
dealer price which was for another stock radiator.