2000 Excursion Limited 4x4
heated and power everything
7.3 ltr auto
f250 "V" code front and "B" code rear springs
beans chip with;
2: high idle
5: exhaust brake
6: no start
Ford Powerstroke severe duty air intake AIS
just for a correct answer, no the 08+ steering wheel will not be a direct bolt on swap.. our trucks use a splined shaft while the newer ones use a hexagonal shaft..
Now a newer model (04+) f150 steering wheel is the same spline count and will swap over but from there its a matter of wiring which will get tricky since you have air bag and stuff like that coming in..
03 f250 ccsb fx4 7.3
4" RC lift
35x12.50 federals on 20x12 rockstars
6637 intake, straight pipe
full RR w/ fuel bowl delete.
rebuild coming soon
Yeah wiring air bags is something I personally avoid like the plague. Literally wiring a load of explosives... It may blow up when you don't need it , or may not blow up when you need it. The thought of it makes me nervous...
Its not that bad! LOL. As long as you take your time and do it correctly (disconnect the battery, splice the wires and connect and coat them accordingly), you will be fine. I've done it for 3 of my cars in the past and luckily, have never needed them to deploy but I also have never had them deploy unnecessarily