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Old 01-15-2008, 10:00 AM
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California Emmisions Diffence Besides GPCM

Does anyone now if there are any other differences between a California Emmisions 7.3 and a non Cali other than the use of the Glow plug control module. I live in Maine and you wouldn't think I have a 03' is a Cali truck, stumped me when I found out.
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Does anyone now if there are any other differences between a California Emmisions 7.3 and a non Cali other than the use of the Glow plug control module. I live in Maine and you wouldn't think I have a 03' is a Cali truck, stumped me when I found out.
i believe the 03 7.3L cali trucks came with a cat... i cant remember if mine did or not before i stuck my 4" exhaust
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I think Marc is the person here that could answer that for sure. He should be around shortly.
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I think Marc is the person here that could answer that for sure. He should be around shortly.
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i believe the 03 7.3L cali trucks came with a cat... i cant remember if mine did or not before i stuck my 4" exhaust
Or Raul.

I forgot you live out there bud.
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Old 01-15-2008, 10:19 AM
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i believe the 03 7.3L cali trucks came with a cat... i cant remember if mine did or not before i stuck my 4" exhaust
I don't believe so, my Cali Truck has no cat
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Cant be sure about Cali trucks at all but I just bought an 03, came out of New Jersey, and it has a cat on it, but thats just for the time being soon to be a kitty MIA
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Old 01-15-2008, 11:28 AM
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Does your cat have a typical O2 sensor installed in it? If so where are you going to install it once you get a new exhaust? Weld a bung onto you new exhaust?




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Cant be sure about Cali trucks at all but I just bought an 03, came out of New Jersey, and it has a cat on it, but thats just for the time being soon to be a kitty MIA
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Old 01-15-2008, 06:21 PM
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That might be a difference in the cali trucks not sure though, I have no O2 sensor in mine
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Old 01-15-2008, 06:27 PM
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i live in cali, my 96er has a kitty.
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I live in California and I have no cat on my '01, I read somewhere '02 was the first year of cats on Superduty Trucks.
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