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Old 03-16-2019, 12:48 PM   #1
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I was hoping to get insights on the Ford Transit Diesel power plant. There are a few units that are built on that chassis and I was wondering about the owners reviews of that engine. I can't seem to find much on searches that I've done concerning the use and maintenance and reliability of the Ford Diesel. I know a few models of WGO use that chassis and also the LTV Wonder. Anyone here with experience on those RVs? Thank you.
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Old 03-16-2019, 02:53 PM   #2
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Old 03-31-2019, 04:56 PM   #3
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Many different versions of the Ford diesel. Why not join and ask questions on the Powerstroke.org forum.
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2019 is the last year for the current 5cyl model. Nothing wrong with it but it's an older design being replaced by the same 4cyl diesel Ford uses in the European Ranger Raptor with more power and torque than the current 5 cyl.
Lack of a lot of info usually means lack of issues with an engine and that's good
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2019 is the last year for the current 5cyl model. Nothing wrong with it but it's an older design being replaced by the same 4cyl diesel Ford uses in the European Ranger Raptor with more power and torque than the current 5 cyl.
Lack of a lot of info usually means lack of issues with an engine and that's good
They use the new 2 lite diesel in the Global Ranger, it does not replace bu supplements the 3.2 engine. Only criticism so far is a lack of engine braking on the 2 litre engine
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2019 is the last year for the 3.2 diesel in the North American Ford Transit. Will be replaced by the 4cyl global engine starting in the 2020 model year production along with the Ford/GM co-developed 10 spd transmission
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Just found this article:

https://www.caranddriver.com/ford/transit

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