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Radiator cooling system diagram 7.3 IDI f350 - F-350 Ford Cars & Trucks

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I need a service manual for a 1990 ford F350 DSL TURBO IDI


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I have a 91 f350 7.3 liter idi. It will not start


cranks ok , and fast?
after checking all fuses. (the FSM shows correct fuse)

International Harvester IDI (from Indirect Injection) engine is a 4-stroke 8-cylinder Diesel engine used in International Harvester trucks,
like all diesels check fuel filters first. (service)
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1994 f350 7.3 idi turbo diesel location of oil pressure sending unit


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I have a 2003 Ford F350 7.3 diesel engine,Engine run fine,but only the problem diesel mix with coolant,what could be the problem.


you may have two hoses that hooked into your radiator that help cool you oil. If the radiator breaks down inside than you need to replace the radiator. The radiator probably has four tubes or hoses bolted to the tanks. Two four transmission two for cooling oil. If so you need to replace the radiator and flush out the cooling system and clean out the water jug. Do not wait long cause you could clogg your heater core with oil. and also cause the vehicle to over heat and that is not good for diesels.leave comment

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I need a serpentine belt diagram for a 1993 ford 7.3 idi diesel


ok very simple! start from the crank! left hand and right hand! go around that crank! right hand go up then around the water pump! then follow around the power steering pump! then along side the vavuum pump !the over to the pass side!under the idler pulley to the alternater!down to the tesioner!

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Need firing order diagram for a 1982 ford f350


On the straight 4.9 liter 6 cylinder the firing order is 1-5-3-6-2-4 The cylinder from the radiator to the firewall is 1-2-3-4-5-6  The distributor rotates clock wise, (to the right) #1 is towards the brake booster and going clockwise to the right is #5 Ect
On the 6.6 liter V8 the firing order is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 The cylinder on the passenger side radiator to firewall 1-2-3-4 The cylinder on the drivers side radiator to the firewall 5-6-7-8 The distributor rotates anti clockwise (to the left) #1 is towards the cylinder #5 going anti clockwise #3 to the left and towards cylinder #1 Ect.
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How do I change the lower radiator hose


Cooling System
Ensure that the engine is completely cool prior to starting this service.
1. Remove the recovery tank or radiator cap.
2. Raise and support the vehicle.
3. Place a drain pan of sufficient capacity under the radiator and open the petcock (drain) on the radiator.
è Plastic petcocks easily bind. Before opening a plastic radiator petcock, spray it with some penetrating lubricant.
4. Drain the cooling system completely.
5. Close the petcock.
6. Remove the drain pan.
7. Lower the vehicle.
8. Determine the capacity of the cooling system, then property refill the system with a 50/50 mixture of fresh coolant and distilled water.
9. Leave the recovery tank or radiator cap off to aid in bleeding the system.
10. Start the engine and allow it to idle until the thermostat opens (the upper radiator hose will become hot). The coolant level should go down, this is normal as the system bleeds the air pockets out of the system.
11. Refill the system with coolant to the proper level.
12. Turn the engine OFF and check for leaks.

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