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5.4L Ford 24V Triton 2003-2011 Rebuilt Engine Installed

Ford 5.4L 3V Rebuilt Engine

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We offer installations on all engines

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The Ford 5.4 is the most common engine rebuilt by our facility hands down, we are on average building and installing 1-2 per week. This engine has a number of issues that prevent most owners from getting anything past 200,000 KM. Most common issues owners experience include defective timing chain tensioners, broken spark plugs inside the cylinder head, camshaft phasers, low/erratic oil pressure, knocking and complete seizure.

When we rebuild the 5.4 Triton 24v engine we commonly see smaller items that is not included in our price such as cracked exhaust manifolds, defective oxygen sensors, leaking water pumps and broken intake runner control motors and if an issue is found we strongly urge replacement.

There are many people who claim to rebuild an engine, but many of those same people do not have a fully equipped engine machine shop and the experience that we have when building this engine. Our engine rebuilding techniques will ensure you never get that annoying "tick" back. For more information give us a call

The 5.4L 24v Triton engine was used in the years 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011.

Our engine rebuilding process includes these steps;

  1. Removal from the vehicle
  2. Disassembly of the engine
  3. Manual scrubbing of heavy debris
  4. Engine degreasing
  5. Hot akaline spray jet cleaning
  6. Pnuematic wire brushing
  7. Ultrasonic cleaning
  8. Removal of broken studs
  9. Measuring all the various sizes of the components to manufacturer specifications
  10. Machining of cylinder bore to accept new pistons
  11. Check for warpage with straight edge
  12. Milling cylinder head surface
  13. Cutting valve seats
  14. Gnurling valve guides
  15. Machining valve surfaces or replacement
  16. Testing valve spring resistance
  17. Magnaflux cylinder heads for crack detection
  18. Adjust valve clearance 
  19. Assemble cylinder head
  20. Machine crankshaft to accept new bearings
  21. Assemble engine with all new pistons, piston rings, rod bearings, main bearings, oil pump, timing kit, balance shaft bearings, valvetrain components, lifters, etc.
  22. Spin test engine
  23. Install back into the vehicle
  24. Run engine at various speeds for at minimum of 6 hours to test for optimal engine operation.
  25. Pressure test cooling system
  26. Check for any check engine lights and subsequent diagnosis and correction of any engine related issues.

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