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Sorry if you mentioned it before, but did you have the 3.5 or 2.7 in the 390,000 mile truck??
Title of thread says 2011, thus there is only one option...
 

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72k miles and still brakes left? 200K on the front set ... WOW!

My fronts were gone at 50K, my rears at 75K. Granted it is in stop and go traffic ~1.5 hours a day, tows a trailer, has weight in the bed regularly and does steep grades relatively often.

The miles folks are getting out these ecoboosts are awesome and give me hope that mine will last a very long time. I am only at 85K in 3.5 years ...
I don’t do much stop and go but i live in the Rockies and there is pretty much a 7% grade in any direction from my house. I have about 9k miles towing of the total 77k i have now.
 

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And what is that option??
Only the first Generation 3.5L Ecoboost was available. It was about 4 years later that the 2.7 became available

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Does anyone know of any 2.7L Eco boosts with high mileage? I have a 2018 F150 with the 2.7l and the 10 speed transmission, no problems so far but I'm only at 22,000 miles. Hoping it will last me 15-20 years
 

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Does anyone know of any 2.7L Eco boosts with high mileage? I have a 2018 F150 with the 2.7l and the 10 speed transmission, no problems so far but I'm only at 22,000 miles. Hoping it will last me 15-20 years
I've seen a couple of fellas with odometer pics over 200,000 on the Facebook page.

Obviously that's internet data. Who knows? But they both were "work trucks"

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This is the most well documented that I've found. I've seen a few around 200k claimed here and there on Facebook.

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Does anyone know of any 2.7L Eco boosts with high mileage? I have a 2018 F150 with the 2.7l and the 10 speed transmission, no problems so far but I'm only at 22,000 miles. Hoping it will last me 15-20 years
I'm at 101K miles. I've found several 2.7 F150's with well over 200K miles at used car dealers. Like this one...
Vehicle Details
Price$15,990.00
Mileage228,735
Exterior ColorBrown
Interior color[Unknown]
New/Used/CPOUsed
Body StyleCrew Cab Pickup
Fuel TypeGasoline
Stock NumberT2534A
VIN1FTEW1EP1GKE39xxx
Engine2.7L V6 24V GDI DOHC Twin Turbo
TransmissionAuto
Drivetrain4WD
Doors4
 

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I have an 2011 F-150 Lariat with Ecoboost fully loaded currently with 167,000 miles at 38000 miles it had a coil pack that ford was unable to diagnose for almost an additional 25000 miles cause it wouldn't throw a code and ruined my 02 sensors on that bank. at 100000 miles the timing chains started to rattle after it would sit for 3-5 days. Then the passenger blend door Actuator started clicking when I started the vehicle or changed the temperature $165 dollars. At about 80000 miles had to replace the windshield wiper switch cause the wipers wouldn't shut off Now recently the lead frame in the tranny failed at 165000 miles causing it to shift from 5 to 1st that was fun.. Fought with ford and they covered it under the recall they have going.
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That would cost $1100 dollars to fix out of pocket. That is now fixed. Truck going into the another shop to get timing chains water pump cam phasers and all new rubber, hoses,belts and fluids, spark plugs about $3000 all together and that's with me providing parts. Anyone with the timing chain rattle i drove mine for another 65000 miles after it started because of i couldn't spend the 3000 to get it done thank God it has jumped yet also I use Mobile one synthetic just fyi. . 3 weeks ago driver blend door actuator failed its at the very bottom of the air handler just above the tunnel omg it was so hard to swap out and would cost about 700 dollars at a shop but i did it myself using a saws all to cut of part of the floor vent for access the alternative is to remove the dash and the air handler I cut the floor duct and gorilla glued it back after I got the and you cant even tell..Then the electronic steering rack failed that was fun to drive home w/o power steering and that was an $1100 repair. Now the ignition tumbler is starting to not unlock when the key is inserted (Tumbler ordered) and the damn blower motor resistor keeps blowing about to put one in for a 3rd time I'm going to replace the blower motor and inspect the harness as well. This has been a excellent running truck but if I was not a technician and sourced my own parts I couldn't reasonably afford to keep it going. My truck is extremely well maintained and I work it almost every day. Its not a piece of crap but it ain't been no walk in the park. Now I have an airbag light and will diagnose that next. Just letting you know it is not a cheap truck to maintain. My truck is loaded with options so it does leave more to fail and I love it to be honest. With all that being said I have had several vehicles with 150000 miles plus but this one still drives like new and the drive train is still full power. I Pray I can get to 300000 miles as well.
 

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Couldn't find brand of oil used. Anybody know the brand? Full synthetic or conventional or mix? Approaching 100k on my 2013 xlt. Had to replace exhaust manifold studs due to warping and breaking.
 

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Couldn't find brand of oil used. Anybody know the brand? Full synthetic or conventional or mix? Approaching 100k on my 2013 xlt. Had to replace exhaust manifold studs due to warping and breaking.
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I bought a commuter vehicle and I love crawling into my 2013 with 52K on the clock and it still feels new. Also nice getting 26mpg in town with a 1991 Olds Cutlass Calais is a great perk.
I know the feeling. 59K on the clock of my 2013. I run my 98 S10 with 360K on it around town and my 96 7.3 for long commutes monthly (1500 miles round trip). The 2013 eb still feels new to me.
 

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I just saw a guy posted up a 2015 Expedition with 338,778 miles that got traded in at his dealer.
 

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Does anyone know of any 2.7L Eco boosts with high mileage?
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OCI every 8,000-10,000 mi with Motorcraft Blend (Ford Quick Lane).
Who says the IOLM doesn't work?
 
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