What is a 2004 Ford f250 worth?
2004 Ford F-250 Super Duty trade-in prices range from $1,469 – $12,099. Get a more accurate value for your car with the Edmunds appraisal tool.
What size tires are on a 2004 Ford f250?
LT235/85R16 (XL · XLT · Regular Cab)
2004 Ford F-250/Tire size
What kind of oil does a 2004 f250 take?
Mobil 1 Extended Performance Synthetic Motor Oil 5W-20 5 Quart.
What engine is in a 2004 Ford f250 Super Duty?
5.4 L V8
6.0 L V8 diesel6.8 L V10
2004 Ford F-250/Engine
Is the 2004 Ford 6.0 diesel any good?
The 6.0L Powerstroke is known for having major problems. Other 6.0L Powerstroke problems include HPOP failure, injector stiction, FICM failure, and clogging oil coolers. Fortunately, once these problems are addressed, the trucks are much more reliable. Some of these problems can be avoided.
How much can a 2004 f250 tow?
6,800 to 7,800 lbs
2004 Ford F-250/Towing capacity
What is the weight of a 2004 f250?
5,420 to 6,271 lbs
2004 Ford F-250/Curb weight
What size is 235 85R16 in inches?
P-Metric Tire Sizes – P-Metric to Inches Conversion Chart
|Rim Size||P-Metric Size||Actual Tire Height|
|16 Inch||235/85R16||31.7 inches|
How much oil does a 5.4 Triton hold?
2004 to 2010 model year 5.4L engines require 7 quarts of engine oil. Always refer to your owners manual to verify oil specifications for your vehicle. Locate the oil fill cap in the engine bay on the passenger side valve cover.
How many quarts of oil does a 2004 Ford f250 Super Duty take?
Capacity: 15 quarts. (with filter)When refilling, remove dipstick to provide adequate venting and allow oil to flow into crankcase. After refill, check oil level.
Is the 6.0 Powerstroke a good engine?
The 6.0L Powerstroke is known for having major problems. Most of these problems originate from the factory design. Other 6.0L Powerstroke problems include HPOP failure, injector stiction, FICM failure, and clogging oil coolers. Fortunately, once these problems are addressed, the trucks are much more reliable.
What does it cost to bulletproof a 6.0 Powerstroke?
Install can run about $700-1,000 so the upgrade can cost upwards or beyond $3,000 all in. Compare that to a factory Ford 6.0 Power Stroke oil cooler for about $300. Add in labor and you can still replace the factory oil cooler about 3x before the bulletproof 6.0L oil cooler upgrade is worth the cost.