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Old 06-07-2011, 12:12 PM
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While I am doing the Cooler swap...

Looking for a comprehensive list of things I should do while doing cooler swap. Part numbers would be great and possibly prices. Here is my list.. Am I missing anything..

Cooler from Tousley--part # ? and link to their website?
Intake gaskets
Dummy Plug
Stand pipe ?
STC fitting
Upgraded turbo drain lines
Fuel Pressure Spring... someone posted the Internation part# on here once.Cant remember who
River City Diesel EGR delete..
Any special tools I might need?

MIssing anything? Feel Free to PM me because I might lose track of my post.. Thanks Fellas...
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Old 06-07-2011, 12:23 PM
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Turbo oil feed - The braided section is out, it's a ridgid tube from end to end now. International part number is 1845287C93, it might be C96 but they'll still find it with the C93.

The international kit I got for the blue spring in 1854267C94. I has all of the o-rings and the spring in it but nothing else. I'm not 100% sure that this is everything I need though. I had actually forgot to ask about this so hopefully someone 'in the know' chimes in on this.

I don't have anything on the oil cooler, I'm putting in a BPD cooler.

Are you doing the work yourself? If so, have fun, I am!

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Looks like you got it covered.

If you loose track of your posts, click on search, the window will pop up, at bottom of window you will see "Find My Threads" and "Find MY Posts". "My Threads" take you to the threads you started, "My Posts" take you to the threads you posted in.
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still need some part numbers if anyone has them.. Mitch has yet to chime in..
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Check out this link, which has most of the part numbers in it. Write Up: Bullet-Proofing the 6.0L PSD.
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Here's all the part numbers that I know of too:

6.0L Common Parts List
Motorcraft International
Fuel System
primary fuel filter cap and oil filter cap 3C3Z-6766-A 1813354C3
Secondary fuel filter cap 3C3Z-9G270-AA 1843057C92
HFCM Manifold (Cover) 6C3Z-9B249-A
Fuel Pump (HFCM) Kit


Injector and Glow Plug System
FICM Part #'s: 4C3Z-12B599-AARM 5010121R94
04 8 o-ring sets for injectors 3C3Z-9229-AA 1843682c91
Old (long) glow plug (03-04) 3C3Z-12A342-AA 1836600C1
New (short) glow plug (04.25 up) 4C3Z-12A342-AA 1843286C2
Injector (2003) 3C3Z-9E527-AE


Turbo
chra: center housing and rotating assembly:
03 center housing 3C3Z-9G489-BARM
03-04 center housing - Bolted w/o clamp plate 4C3Z-9G489-AARM
05-07 center housing 5C3z-9G489-aarm

Unison Ring 3C3Z-6C885-A

Updated oil drain tube 6C3z-9T515-a 1876071C91
06 oil feed tube 3C3Z-9T516-A 1845287C96

04 Turbo gasket kit 3C3Z-9T514-AD 1840053C96
03-07 Trbo Hrdwre kit w/ 3M pads 4C4Z-9V424-AA 1870713C91



EGR System
04-07 EGR Cooler 4C3Z-9P456-AF
(after 9/23/2009)

High Pressure Oil
2003 / 2004 HPOP 4C3Z-9A543-AARM 5010106R93
2005 / 2006 / 2007 HPOP 5C4Z-9A543-B 5010119R92
Dummy rail plugs: W302908
Kit for dummy plugs and stand pipes: 6E7Z-9A332-B
STC Kit 4C3Z-9B246-F 1879930c91
IPR (05-07) # 5C3Z-9C968-CA 1846057C1
03 ICP - 04 (pre 9/23/03) 3C3Z-9F838-EA 1845274C92
04 (post 9/23/03) 05 up ICP ($150) 4C3Z-9F838-AA 1845428C92
ICP pigtail 5C3Z-12224-A 1850712C91
Upgraded fuel pressure regulator kit 3C3Z-9T517-AG
Updated HPOP cover part numbers 6/25/10: 03 3C3Z-9G805-AA
Updated HPOP cover part numbers 6/25/10: 04 4C3Z-9G805-AA
Updated HPOP cover part numbers 6/25/10: 05,06.07 5C3Z-9G805-B
HPOP Filter Screen 3C3Z-6C683-AB 1838526C2
HPOP 05 and up # 5C4Z9A543B
HPOP, 03, 04 # 4C3Z9A543AARM

Low Pressure Oil
Oil Cooler Kit - Replaceable Core 3C3Z-6A642-CA
Oil Cooler Kit - Entire cooler, Housing and all 3C3Z-6A642-AA

Coolant and emissions system
New degas (coolant overflow) bottlecap 9C3Z-8101-A
Thermostat Housing O-ring 3C3Z-8255-AA
PMP ASY-WTR - 2002.5 to 7/18/2004 3C3Z-8501-ABRM 5010100R92
PMP ASY-WTR - 7/18/2004 and up 4C3Z-8501-ABRM 5010118R91
Radiator 4C3Z-8009-BA



Engine
04 head gasket kit - gasket only 20 mm dowell?? 18403463c6

Other
Exhaust manifold gasket 5C4Z 9448A
Fel Pro MS96833

Vacuum Reservoir 4C3Z-9E453-AA

Carrier bearing F81Z-4800-FA
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05 excursion engines are a carryover from 04 so no junk STC on the back of that pump.

you shouldn't have the bad dummy plugs either but that's up to you if you want to change them. you're not going to be under the valve covers to do coolers so that's extra work on your part. definitely do the turbo drain, you can do the feed tube if you like but it's more expensive than you'd think.
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05 excursion engines are a carryover from 04 so no junk STC on the back of that pump.

you shouldn't have the bad dummy plugs either but that's up to you if you want to change them. you're not going to be under the valve covers to do coolers so that's extra work on your part. definitely do the turbo drain, you can do the feed tube if you like but it's more expensive than you'd think.
So the turbo feed line isnt necessary to replace?
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Hey Bruce, do both turbo lines. Like Sinner says, no reason to go under the valve covers or into the hpop at this time. You might consider an IPR screen kit, and I'd save $100 on the EGR delete and get the $150 one off of eBay. You aren't getting anything extra for the $100 from RCD.
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The RCD EGR delete is only $160 bucks now. I think its worth the extra 10 bucks. <LINK>
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