A single mass flywheel is used on the F-450/550 Superduty trucks.
The single mass flywheel can be identified by the absence of the above mentioned parts and that it is machined from one solid part.
The 6.0L Power Stroke uses two different flywheels for the manual transmission.
A dual-mass flywheel is used on the F-250/350 Superduty truck.
The dual-mass flywheel can be identified by springs located around the flywheel on the engine side.
It can also be identified by an extra ring of bolts on the transmission side of the flywheel that holds the two masses together.
From the side it can be identified by the separation between the clutch surface and the starter ring.
The geartrain for the crankshaft, camshaft, and high pressure pump are located in the rear of the engine under the rear cover.
This allows the high pressure pump to be mounted inside the engine and also reduces geartrain noise.
The 6.0L POWER STROKE uses a four (4) valve per cylinder head design to increase air flow and efficiency.
For identification, the exhaust valves are smaller than the intake valves.
The aluminum rocker arm carrier is mounted on top of the cylinder head and is held in place by the cylinder head bolts.
The rocker arm carrier provides the mounting location for all of the rocker fulcrums.
The carrier also provides the connector pass through for the injector and glow plug.
1) Rocker Arm Carrier
2) Bed Plate
3) Glow Plug Buss Bar
2) CMP Sensor
3) Oil Level Gauge
4) Crankcase Ventilation
1) Fuel Supply
2) Fuel Return
3) EBP Sensor and Tube
4) Upper Oil Pan
5) Secondary Fuel Filter
6) EGR Throttle Position Sensor (If Equipped)
2) Fuel Inlets on Cylinder Heads
3) Fuel Pressure Regulator
4) ЕСТ Sensor
5) EGR Throttle Actuator (if Equipped)
States the horsepower rating for the engine,
programmed in the powertrain control
• Depicts where the engine meets or exceeds
• Shows the engine displacement.
• Is affixed to the right hand valve cover
behind the glow plug control module.