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Old 09-28-2006, 07:27 AM
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Got a problem with your PSD?

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Old 07-01-2007, 07:43 PM
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Hey , Could you tell me the book i need to look at for a 2001?
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Old 12-12-2007, 01:00 PM
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Ford has just recalled all 1997 - 2003 trucks with 7.3L diesel engines. They are replacing the Cam Position Sensor with a redesigned one at no charge.
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Old 12-12-2007, 02:13 PM
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CPS.

Hey thanks, So what do i tell them wjen i go into the shop? Or should i wait , I know this one will poop out some day. At the most un opertune time.
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Old 12-13-2007, 07:15 AM
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You might want to read the reply I got from sldghamr. The part guy at his dealer told him a different story. And, he says his dealer gets $32 for the CPS for 94 - 96 7.3L Powerstrokes.

Good luck finding out the true facts. If you do, please let me know. I have a friend with a 96 that could use some accurate facts.
THANKS!!!
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Old 12-17-2007, 07:28 AM
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I'm new here and was wanting a little input...
I recently found an exhaust leak on my '00 F350 7.3L Dually and went to the Ford Dealership for a quote to get it fixed. It's leaking from the exhaust inlet to the turbo "Y" on the driver's side. The mechanic told me that it wasn't just a quick "doughnut" gasket swap ant that the turbo has to be pulled, the "Y" and both pipes replaced and after $1100 it'll be good as new. Is he blowind smoke up my a@# or is he right. I have worked on vehicles for some time and can surely turn a wrench and after looking at the problem myself I think that I can pull the pipe from the bottom using a long extension and a wobble and pray that I dont snap a bolt. If the turbo needs to be pulled to do this repair, is there a kit that will keep this from happening again or am i stuck with oem parts. Any help will be accepted....Thanks
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Old 05-09-2008, 08:20 PM
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i called my local ford dealer and asked them about the cam sensor recall. they told me to bring my pickup in and they would inspect and replace the cam sensor. they also said they would need it for about half the day.
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Old 02-03-2009, 07:42 PM
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Maintain I have read your posts and taken your advice on how to do things...and with that trust your knowledge and advice and hope that you woulld be able to once again help me out with my big problem.

I was heading out of town with my truck running fine and just got going with it running smooth and fine. About a mile from my house it started sputtering like a car that has water in the distributor cap or a carb that is causing a gas motor to caugh and choke and try to die with the SES light coming and staying on. I pulled over and had to constantly munipulate the throttle and brake to get turned around to get it back home. It bearly ran and I had to turn my chip all the way up to make sure it got enough fuel to get me home. I got home..shut it off and waited for a minute and started it again with it running better for a second and then the SES light came back on and it started to run even worse. The next day with leaving it plugged in over night it started up and ran horrible and then died and wouldn't start back up at all. I put a scan tool on it and these are the codes I recieved:

P0605 PCM ROM test fault
P0470 EBP Sensor Circuit Malfuntion
P1294 Highside Open No. 2 (LH)

When I crank it over all kinds of white will come bellowing out and it cranks over strong and gets stronger as it cranks. I checked the fuses on the truck and they are all fine. I also checked the HPOP oil level and it is around an 1-1.5 inches from the top.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks
Dave
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Old 01-29-2012, 11:31 AM
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Not sure where to put this but i got a 99 f-350 it has been givin me some problems. There are times going down the road that i only get 40mph no mater what gear or how hard i give it fuel. If i stop and go any it is fine.
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Old 07-21-2013, 04:14 PM
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97 psd fuel injection problem

hay all im looking for some help with my 97 7.3 psd.Recently tried to start my truck after sitting for about a week and itdid start but would only run on drivers side bank of cylinders.Checked fuel filter and found black oil sludge in and around filter.I replaced filter ,cleaned screen at fuel regulater,and replaced fuel injector o rings .Now truck wont start at all.is there any checks testing I can do myself befor I have to spend the big bucks and get towed to the diesel shop?
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