Power comes in at 235-550 horsepower and 330-510 torque. Output greatly depends on the year and model. Nonetheless, the performance numbers are impressive for the era the 5.4L engine was released. It’s a solid overall engine and won a handful of Ward’s 10 Best Engine awards.
How long do 5.4 Triton engines last?
The life expectancy of the Ford 5.4 engine is between 150,000 and 300,000 miles. A truck carrying loaded trailers with a 5.4 engine can still run great at 250,000 miles.
What years did the 5.4 Triton have problems?
Most of the most common problems developed with the 2004-2013 3 valve engine but some problems spanned all engine generations. The most popular issue but easiest to fix, is the ignition system. The 3 valve 5.4L Triton contains a coil-on-plug design. Each cylinder has a separate coil that fits onto the spark plug.
How can I get more horsepower out of my 5.4 Triton?
The answer to your question depends on how much money you are willing to spend on your truck. Cam change, better exhaust, a better manifold and cold air box will help some. Nitrous Oxide, a turbocharger or even a supercharger would give you a large power boost.
How much does it cost to replace a 5.4 Triton engine?
Labor costs for installing a ford f150 engine (year 2019) are estimated between $454 and $574 while parts are priced between $104 and $150. Having engine replaced now in 2008 F150, engine is a 3 valve 5.4 Triton V8. Total is $6500.
How often should you change oil on 5.4 Triton?
Your engine oil should be changed every 5,000-10,000 miles, depending on your vehicle’s model year and driving conditions.
How do I make my 5.4 Triton last?
Change your oil on schedule, keep the air clean, and change your coolant and transmission fluid/filter as recommended, and you should be fine for another 7 years.