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I would say you would get someone or a shop to run a scan on the truck. See what codes you get. Because $6200 for a truck with 200k miles with any range of possible problems could be a big $ drain. Even if you do the work yourself you estimate $1500 for injectors then a million other things.
I bought an 01 and didn't do my research enough on it and so far I've replaced this in the first year - gpr, all eight glow plugs, both batteries, alternator, starter, fuel filter, uvch, be,t tensioner, idler bearing, upper and lower ball joints on both sides, brakes and calipers on both sides and I feel as if I'm forgetting something but I still have to replace my injectors because I know they are getting worn out.
2001 F350 Chassis Cab 4x4 DRW Flatbed 130k miles+
Quad Gauge Pillar - Aeroforce Interceptor & Glowshift Series 7 EGT, Boost, Trans Temp
Foil Delete | Marinco Mod | High Torque 4kw Starter | Door Seal Mod | AIH Delete | Coolant Filter & 203* Thermostat w/ Billet Aluminum Housing | Hutch Mod | RiffRaff Fpx, Hpx, boots | WW2 | Deleted ebpv
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