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chipped or not?

purchased a 2001 excursion 7.3l turbo diesel and was told it was 100% stock.

the trans shifts HARD, and it rolls coal pretty good (blowing smoke under decent throttle) is that indicative that its probably chipped? how can I tell/check for certain?

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Never seen a stock one smoke, and is it shifting hard like it's going out, or a firm shift like a race setting? If the latter then you should send the PCM off for a re flash of stock settings

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The only way it will smoke stock is if there is a major problem.
Is it painfully slow to drive? If not, it's chipped

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Still pretty slow, just less slow now.
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The dealer can reflash your PCM to stock settings IIRC.

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The only way it will smoke stock is if there is a major problem.
Is it painfully slow to drive? If not, it's chipped
What he said. But if there's no visible chip, its probably got a tune downloaded to it. If it smokes that bad, and seems pretty fast, I would not tow with it.
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