Ford 6.4L Powerstroke Radiator 2008-2010

  1. Mishimoto Ford 6.4L Powerstroke Aluminum Radiator: Version 2 Details

    Mishimoto Ford 6.4L Powerstroke Aluminum Radiator: Version 2 Details

    After jumping into the diesel truck market a few years ago, Mishimoto designed and released an aluminum radiator engineered specifically for the Ford 6.4L. We identified a serious concern with stock radiator failure. Numerous enthusiasts on a variety of online boards were experiencing extremely frequent failures, with some folks replacing as many as 3 radiators within the first 60,000 miles. In fact, this issue in combination with others that plague the 6.4L were enough to make a few truck owners revert to the previous 6.0L or upgrade to the newer 6.7L, swearing off the 6.4L after repeated issues with their trucks.

    Being experts within the automotive & diesel cooling world, we immediately saw an opportunity to provide a solution for this problem. Our engineers designed an aluminum replacement radiator which provided a far more rigid construction, full aluminum, and still incorporated all of the stock quick-disconnect fittings. Our initial investigation regarding the stock

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  2. 6.4L Powerstroke Maintenance You Must Perform!

    6.4L Powerstroke Maintenance You Must Perform!

    Interested in picking up our aluminum 6.4L radiator? Check out our product page for more information!

    Mishimoto Ford Powerstroke Aluminum Radiator


    We recently decided to take a look at the issues surrounding the frequent radiator failures for the 6.4L, check out our findings below!
    After identifying the radiator as a common failure point on the Ford 6.4L Powerstroke, Mishimoto was quick to develop a full aluminum cooling solution for the plastic end-tank factory radiator. We are well aware of the widespread issues with stock radiator leaking at the end tanks, core, and hoses. Ford has attempted to remedy this issue throughout several years, releasing numerous TSB's for a variety of cooling components.

    The Mishimoto radiator

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