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How to re set computer on my 200 ford excursion

I changed a sensor on my diesel excursion it was suppuse to give better mpg s but it made it worst

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Disconnect the positive battery cable for 30 seconds and hook it back up.

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SOURCE: 2000 ford excursion 7.3 diesel wont start

hi.check the start selenoid on the pass side of the engine in the engine valley it has 2 battery connections and a little wire it turns on the glow plugs the wire might be comprimised look for the wire chaffing or insulation rubbed off. does it blow out immediatly or over time?

Posted on Jan 01, 2009

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SOURCE: How to install diesel fuel filters on 2004 Excursion

if you have 6.0 you have two filters one down on the fuel pump modugle the filer housing unscerws make sure you disconnect the sensor connection. the second filter is located behind the inlet side of the intake not the turbo but the intake. you will see 1/2 sqaure . you use 1/2 rachet to remove the top . hint be carful of two things replace all the orings that come with the filters install the correctly do not start the vech just trun the key on check for leaks. if you have a7.3 you have only one filter it has a black top and you will need special tool to remove the top

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: how to change fuel filter 2000 excursion

Yes it is the tool for fuel lines and ac lines. Your local autoparts store should have them, they are universal. You need to use the small end for the fuel filter.

Posted on Jun 02, 2009

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SOURCE: belt tensioner

lower right hand side on front of engine just above the a/c compressor it is held in place by 2 10mm bolts it is a duel pulley tensioner with 1 smooth pulley and 1 grooved.

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SOURCE: 2000 Ford Excursion Diesel has check engine light of P1391

glow plugs preheat the fuel to help the engine start.....when its hot outside its not that bad...the colder it gets the harder it will be to start with bad glowplugs..

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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Slugish start on my excursion


Glow plugs do not "fire". You may be confusing the function of glow plugs as analagous to spark plugs in a gasoline engine; the purpose of glow plugs is to heat the air-fuel mixture to a temperature that will support the diesel auto-combustion process. The diesel process is not one in which the air-fuel mixture is ignited via spark like a gas engine; rather, the air-fuel mixture undergoes much higher compression and spontaneously explodes, generating the combustion in a self-sustaining manner. High compression produces much higher heat, but before it can begin, heat must be introduced into the system to get it started.

If you're having sluggish engine performance from your diesel engine, you may have fuel system issues such as fuel pump failure or fuel line restrictions (including fuel filter or strainer clogging), etc. At the "worst" end of the spectrum, one of more of your fuel injectors may have a problem - the fuel injectors on the Powerstrokes not only inject the fuel into the combustion chamber, but are also cooled and lubricated by the fuel - if the vehicle has ever been run out of fuel, the injectors may have been damaged and will need to be inspected for replacement.

Jun 29, 2010 | 2004 Ford Excursion

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We just purchased a used 2006 Dodge Durango, with the hemi. When we first got the vehicle, it averaged 16.7 MPG for the first 500 miles that we had it. That was what we'd expected, after having researched...


i would check; fuel pressure,. high preessure can cause high fuel consumption via the fuel pressure regulator; vacuum, read with a vacuum gauge 16-22 hg; a faulty maf sensor can be bad and not set codes; dirty injectors, run a quality injector cleaner through the system or better yet, have a service center do a top end clean (requires special eqipment). the pcm could cause the injectors to stay open to long. in any case, you'll have to find a capable tech center to tackle your problem if no codes are set. just to confirm is the check engine light on/working?

Apr 12, 2010 | 2006 Dodge Durango

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How do I get to the milage display located in a 2004 ford excursion?


There are two buttons located in the overhead console adjacent to the display; one changes the display from English to Metric and the other changes the displayed parameter. Press the second button (can't recall at the moment what its label says) until you come to the MPG readout.

Feb 18, 2010 | 2004 Ford Excursion

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Ford excursion 4x4 locks and wont unlcock


my4x4 is stuck and can't change back to 2w drive

Feb 09, 2010 | 2001 Ford Excursion

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2000 Ford Excursion Diesel has check engine light of P1391


glow plugs preheat the fuel to help the engine start.....when its hot outside its not that bad...the colder it gets the harder it will be to start with bad glowplugs..

Nov 17, 2009 | 2000 Ford Excursion

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2005 ford excursion cam sensor location I need to change the cam sensor and the crank sensors on my excursion and i do not know where they are located


On my 02 Excursion with the 7.3L Diesel, the Cam Position Sensor is located at the front bottom of the engine on the passengers side. There is one electrical pigtail plug that is attached and one bolt holds the sensor in position. It may be located in a similar location on your 05 Ex. I do not know where the crank sensor is located. I hope this helps.

Aug 27, 2009 | 2005 Ford Excursion

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My Excursion stopped several times on freeway


If your Excursion has the 7.3L Diesel, what I first suspect is the Ford recalled item Cam Position Sensor (CMP sensor). If your nearby Ford dealership has not replaced it for free for you, then make an appointment and take the car in to have the sensor replaced. If this does not solve your stalling problem, come back to FixYa and I will assist you further.

Apr 06, 2009 | 2000 Ford Excursion

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2004 Ford Diesel Excursion


Yes there is a drain. It takes an allen wrench to get to it. it is a round set screw that is black.

Mar 14, 2009 | 2004 Ford Excursion

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Ford excursion limited 7.3


a 7.3 with 97K miles is just getting started on it's lifespan. These motors will last for sometimes 300K miles with regular service. They do have a 100K powertrain warranty so you're close to out of warranty on this one. The transmissions and torque converters were sometimes weak, but if you treat them right, they'll last.
Personally, I've got a ;'01 Limited since 2003 and I've got close to 180,000 miles on it... I've done regular service on it, brakes, changed the tranny out, have a banks kit on it, and it runs like there's no tomorrow.
Great rig, highly recommend a diesel.
Even tho ford isn't making the Excursion any more, the Super Duty is around to stay for a while so there'll always be service parts for the Excursion...
Hope that helps in your decision... KEN

Aug 16, 2008 | 2001 Ford Excursion

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