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Old 02-24-2008, 05:57 PM
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95 PSD Odometer

Was wondering if there is any way to "un-hook" the odometer on a 95 PSD, or can a fuse be pulled??? Not that i want to do it. I found a truck for sale and just wanted to check. Does anyone know of anything to look at that will show it has higher miles??? Also was wondering if this is a good deal???

-95 Powerstroke. 2wd. Reg. Cab. Flatbed. 130k miles for $2500. ????
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Old 02-24-2008, 06:13 PM
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Not sure on the first part of your question. You could do a carfax as the milage is supposed to be reported for up to 10 years I believe if it has changed hands. That sounds like a pretty good deal to me Check it over really good. Go to the 7.3 tech files and there is a writeup about what to look for when buying a used powerstroke
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Old 02-24-2008, 06:16 PM
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Not sure on the first part of your question. You could do a carfax as the milage is supposed to be reported for up to 10 years I believe if it has changed hands. That sounds like a pretty good deal to me Check it over really good. Go to the 7.3 tech files and there is a writeup about what to look for when buying a used powerstroke
Thanks. and the 10 years would be up. its 13 years old.
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Thanks. and the 10 years would be up. its 13 years old.
True but lets say it changed hands 5 years ago and it had 130 thousand miles on it then you would know its wrong or if it had 60 thousand then its probable its only got 130 thousand. Might or might not give you an idea
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True but lets say it changed hands 5 years ago and it had 130 thousand miles on it then you would know its wrong or if it had 60 thousand then its probable its only got 130 thousand. Might or might not give you an idea
i got what you are saying now. thats good thinking. thanks.
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Old 02-24-2008, 06:24 PM
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You bet
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If it's a 5 speed I have found that a lot of a holes pull the fuse.
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If it's a 5 speed I have found that a lot of a holes pull the fuse.
Its an auto. Thanks.
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Some odometers go to 399,999 and go back to 300,000, go up and start over again. For that price I would have a diesel mach. check it out. If it`s in good shape it would be a great deal.
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Some odometers go to 399,999 and go back to 300,000, go up and start over again. For that price I would have a diesel mach. check it out. If it`s in good shape it would be a great deal.
Yea thats what my dads did. Well we didnt have anyone look at it, but we picked it up today.
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