Folks, My name is Anthony - I'm a new member to the forum. To make a long story short, I have a 2014 Ford F150 with a 3.5L Ecoboost engine (V6, twin turbo). I'm using Pennzoil Ultra Platinum 5W30 with a 5000mi OCI. I performed the first oil change at 960mi and the second at 5957mi - the UOA below is of the second oil change at 5960mi. Filter is a Motorcraft FL-500s, changed every time. The report mistakenly lists my engine as a non-turbo (ignore). I've done some research and I understand that fuel dilution can be an issue with these engines. My question is, is this level of fuel dilution (greater than 5%) NORMAL in this engine for a 5000mi OCI? Granted, the TBN and the viscosity haven't been affected to a severe degree - I'm just trying to determine if I have a mechanical problem that needs attention.