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Old 01-07-2013, 02:17 PM
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part# for E99 air filter??

call me dumb or whatever but im having a really hard time sourcing a air filter online for my truck. Iv searched and searched and cant seem to find one that is for an E99

Its build date is 05/98

Is this it?

7.3 Liter Turbo Diesel Air Filter - Ford 7.3 Liter Turbo Diesel Motorcraft Air Filter: 1999 F-Series - Diesel Filters,Additives,brake rotors, and brake pads for Chevy, Dodge and Ford Diesel Trucks

it says after my build date but any input is much appreciated thank you!
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Re: part# for E99 air filter??

Cant help on the part number... but my advice is to not waste your money on the stock filter. Do it right the first time and to the DIY intake/6637 filter. This it the first thing I would do to any 7.3 psd I get. Much better filter and eliminates the risk of the stock filter dusting your turbo and motor.

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I'd look at a Ford AIS or the Tymar kit....buch better than the stocker..we have both.
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WIX #46484
FRAM #CA8269

I have an E99 and have the luxury of working at a parts store. Hope that helps!
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Cant help on the part number... but my advice is to not waste your money on the stock filter. Do it right the first time and to the DIY intake/6637 filter. This it the first thing I would do to any 7.3 psd I get. Much better filter and eliminates the risk of the stock filter dusting your turbo and motor.

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I will in time. probley gonna go AFE intake. but gotta build funds first. i just needed a filter as the one in it had the minder pulled all the way and the thing was terrible

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I'd look at a Ford AIS or the Tymar kit....buch better than the stocker..we have both.
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WIX #46484
FRAM #CA8269

I have an E99 and have the luxury of working at a parts store. Hope that helps!
thanks!

I ended up getting a motorcraft one on ebay for $15 shipped.
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