Here at Neese Automotive we perform quality yet affordable auto repairs for our friends, family, and aquaintences of Eglin Air Force Base. We are located in Fort Walton Beach, FL but we service vehicles from Destin, Shalimar, Niceville, and the surrounding Northwest Florida region. We are proud to support our military men and women, especially here in the Northwest Florida area. Thanks for everything!
Ford 6.0L EGR problems?
Are you having issues with overheating or blown head gaskets? Not sure whether to upgrade, replace, or delete? While the Ford 6.0L Power Stroke Diesel is a great engine, it isn’t without its share of glitches.
Ford 6.0L EGR Upgrade or Replacement?
A poorly designed engine oil cooler will clog over time, keeping coolant from flowing through it and the EGR cooler. When it becomes clogged, a number of problems can occur: the EGR cooler can rupture or begin failing, the oil and fuel injectors can overheat, or the head gaskets can be blown. If you’ve been having these issues or you just want to provent them from happening, the best solution is to upgrade your existing engine oil cooler. According to BulletproofDiesel.com (our trusted manufacturer), “replacing the Ford engine oil cooler with another Ford engine oil cooler is simply putting off the problem for another 50,000 miles.”
Ford 6.0L EGR Delete?
In some cases, you may want to remove the Ford 6.0L EGR cooler altogether. We specialize in 6.0L EGR Deletes and can take care of this for you!
Our Technicians are ASE Certified
Neese Automotive only hires qualified ASE-certified technicians. ASE certification takes the guesswork out of finding a good technician. The independent, non-profit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) tests and certifies the competence of individual automotive repair technicians so you can be assured of their skills and knowledge. Here’s why many we employ ASE-Certified repair professionals and why you should ask for them when you need repairs:
Proven Experience in Auto Repair
Skills and Knowledge technicians must pass to become certified, at least one of ASE’s 40-plus difficult national exams and provide proof of two years of relevant work experience. Prior to taking ASE exams, many technicians attend training classes or put in hours of study to prepare.
Changing Auto Repair Technology
Today’s complex vehicles demand current technical knowledge. ASE requires technicians to re-test every five years to keep up with technology and to remain certified. All ASE credentials have expiration dates.
Commitment to Auto Repair Quality
Technicians who have invested the time and expense to earn ASE certification take pride in their work, and it shows in the service they provide. Shop owners and managers who encourage their employees to become certified maintain the same high standards in other aspects of their business.
Look for our blue-and-white ASE sign at our shop and the ASE shoulder insignia that our technicians wear.