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Ford excursion limited 7.3

I whant to buy this car with 97500 ml, the car is like new , i never have a diesel engine what can a need the check this car

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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

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You might not know what a good running diesel sounds like, but 7.3L are a good solid engine. They are a little noisy and slow, but lots of pulling power. Anyway, it is always a good idea to have a mechanic check out a car before you buy it. Take the Excursion to a Ford dealership or a diesel mechanic and have them check it out. I hope this helps, contact me at FixYa if you need any more help.

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Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 01 (2002, System overview, Gasoline engines)

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Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 02 (2002, System overview, Diesel only)

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Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 03 (2002, Gasoline engines)


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Fig. Vehicle Speed Control, Page 05 (2002, Diesel only)


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