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Old 09-10-2007, 01:17 PM
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Question will a 2000 cps sensor fit a 95?

just a quick question, my friend has a 95 7.3 and we are pretty sure his cps needs replaced, it has all the major symptoms. My question is are the cps sensors the same for a 95 7.3 as a 2000 7.3? I would say they are but just wanted to make sure. He needs his truck running quick and we thought we'd pull my sensor from my 2000 and put in his to get his going, I only drive mine on weekends. Thanks a lot guys.
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No, the 95 is not the same. 97 and up are however the same.

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I was told they are. Went and got for a 95 and an 01 and yes they are the same.
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Old 09-10-2007, 01:31 PM
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that's one yes and one no. Anybody else? Thanks for the replies
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that's one yes and one no. Anybody else? Thanks for the replies
One more yes here.....If you ask for a 95 they will try to sell you the more expensive one...
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Old 09-10-2007, 02:57 PM
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Then why wouldn't Powerstrokeshop list them for the earlier years? Click the link I posted.

Not an autority on the CPS just passing along what I saw.

Call a dealership and ask what years are covered...
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7.3's should all be the same. Powerstrokes started in late 94.
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I know they used to be aprox $200 now they are about $25 (repair facillity cost) They can't be too crazy expensive over the counter now,why not buy a new one
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I gave 27 for mine at the dealership, 94.5-03 should all fit the same.
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Old 09-11-2007, 05:19 AM
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Thanks for all the replies everyone. My friends truck is having the usuall cps symtoms, dies then restarts after awhile. He overnighted a cps yesterday afternoon, but we thought we'd swap my cps to his truck to get him going and make sure that was his problem, he uses his truck daily, I only use mine on weekends.
Also if anyone could give me input on this one.... My tach does not register when I turn it over, it does start but turns over a little longer than it should. Then when it does start it runs pretty rough for the first five miles or so and then runs fine. I just had the IDM replaced and one injector that failed a buzz test. I thought for 25 bucks, I'd replace the cps and see if that helped. It is throwing a cel but I haven't had a chance to have it checked. I think the batteries are week too, but would week batteries have anything to do with how the truck runs or just how it starts?
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