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This is a TWIN TURBO Ecoboost Ford F150.
There is a big air scoop in the middle of the front bumper that feeds air to the intercooler. Notice how some of the new Fords on the road have the license plate off to one side? That's not a fashion statement.
It's CRITICAL that the airflow to that intercooler is not blocked in any way, shape or form. They run the engine very very lean to get the fuel economy, and everything that goes into the engine needs to be as cold as possible to keep the engine from melting down.
If you just put the plow on, plowed your driveway, and took the plow off, I would say "No problem!" too.
If you plan on driving around with the plow on the truck all winter long, I would not do it.
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