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Old 08-09-2013, 05:53 AM
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Hi ND, would it be possible for you to Decode this 95' (?) F-700 1FDNF70J85VA73494, thanks for any info,,,Mark
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I'm gonna try this

When I get time I'm gonna research this. Thanks for the post.
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1970 F600

Boy am I glad I found you!
I just traded for a 1970 Ford F600 Dump Truck.
I need any information I can get for it so i can begin the repair process.
The VIN# F61DCH75638
Trans Code: A
Rear Axle Code: E3D
164 HP
3800 RPM
24000 GVW
WB:156
Thank you for ANY info on this truck!
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I just traded for a 1970 Ford F600 Dump Truck. I need any information I can get for it so i can begin the repair process.

VIN# F61DCH75638 / Trans Code: A / Axle Code: E3D / 164 HP / 3800 RPM / 24000 GVW / WB:156
F61 = F600.

D = 330 2V Heavy Duty FT engine.

C = Oakville Ontario Canada Truck Assembly Plant.

H75638 = 1970.

Sequence as listed on Warranty Plate:

156" Wheelbase.

COLOR code: Omitted.

MODEL code F61: F600, 24,000 lbs. GVWR

BODY code: Omitted:

TRANS A: New Process 435 4 Speed Manual.

AXLE E3D: E3 = Eaton model 16244 Two Speed Rear Axle / 6.50/9.04 / 17,500 lbs. Rear Axle Capacity // D = Ford Rockwell/Timken Front Axle w/a 7,000 lb. Capacity.

24,000 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

164 net HP @ 3,800 RPM

DSO code: Omitted.

If you post the DSO code, I'll tell you what city/state (or province) the truck was originally ordered from.

It was assembled in Canada, but that doesn't mean it was sold new there.
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Old 09-11-2013, 03:41 PM
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Thank You Very Much ND!
You have given me just what I need to begin a restoration.
I'm so glad there are guys like you on these forums that have actual experience and not just opinions for folks that need real information.
It just ticks me off to request help on a forum and just get replies from people with the same problem but know help in fixing it.
Thanks Again
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Old 09-11-2013, 04:41 PM
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Store located in Riverside CA .. Ed's not there on Saturday.

I know more about the Blue Ridge Parkway (it was closed north of Boone last time I was there) than I know about wiring, can look up the part numbers and that's about it.
Do you have a way to find where the water temp sensor is on my 1987 F800 7.8 240 HP? For the life of me I cant' find it.
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Old 09-12-2013, 10:11 AM
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Do you have a way to find where the water temp sensor is on my 1987 F800 7.8 240 HP? For the life of me I can't find it.
This is the only pic I could find. It's for the C Series, but I would assume that the F Series would be the same inre to the temp sender (10884) location.
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Thanks will go back and look there. But last time I did not see anything there. But you know how that goes. Go back and find it easy.
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1979 E-150 Fuel Sending Unit

Hi. I have a short wheelbase 1979 E-150 van that has an ahead-of-the-axle 18 gallon fuel tank. No one makes a replacement fuel tank sending unit for this, only for the rear 22 gallon tanks that were on long wheelbase vans. They are not interchangeable. I already checked. Thanks.

The VIN is: E14BHFE5013 /WB 124/ color 6/ type E141/ body A43/ trans B/ axle 14/ max gvwr 06100/ year 79/ dcson 74
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I have a short wheelbase 1979 E150 van that has a mid-ship 18 gallon fuel tank.

No one makes a replacement fuel tank sending unit for this, only for the aft axle 22 gallon tanks that were on long wheelbase vans.
D7UZ-9275-A (replaced D5UZ-9275-A) .. Mid-Ship Fuel Tank Sending Unit / Obsolete ~ 5 available NOS @ 3 sources.

Applications: 1975/79 E100/350 / I'll give you the sources, but have you checked the float that is replaceable by itself and is available from Ford?

The little darlin' is made from two pieces of copper soldered together. Solder breaks down, gas seeps in, float settles to the bottom of the tank.

COAZ-9202-B .. Fuel Sending Unit Float / MSRP: $15.94 / ALL 1957/79 FoMoCo Passenger Cars/Trucks, 1961/79 Econolines & 1966/79 Bronco's.

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Thank You! Yes the float disintegrated and fell off, I replaced it but I don't think that's why the gas gauge doesn't work. I think the problem is in the sending unit resistor. I put an ohm meter on it and couldn't get any reading. Also it was incredibly rusted like the inside of the fuel tank. I just bought a shiny, new tank and I'd love to put a new sending unit in it that works and isn't going to rust soon. I'm trying to restore it. It only has 110,000 miles on it.

Could you give me the sources to buy one of these please? Thanks again.
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Thank You! Yes the float disintegrated and fell off, I replaced it but I don't think that's why the gas gauge doesn't work. I think the problem is in the sending unit resistor. I put an ohm meter on it and couldn't get any reading. Also it was incredibly rusted like the inside of the fuel tank. I just bought a shiny, new tank and I'd love to put a new sending unit in it that works and isn't going to rust soon. I'm trying to restore it. It only has 110,000 miles on it.

Could you give me the sources to buy one of these please? Thanks again.
D7UZ-9275-A = Only 4 are now available from the 3 sources, which is nothing new.

Once I post a part number without listing the sources, some members know the names of the websites I use to search for this jazz.

B & B AUTO PARTS in Bronx NY has ONE = 718-892-1186.

NOS PARTS SOURCE in Olathe KS has ONE = 913-220-5746.

NOS PARTS LTD in Waxahachie TX has TWO = 972-937-2201.
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Thanks Bill! I wish I could hug you. I was able to order the last one that the Texas source had. After two weeks of fruitless searching and a dead truck on the driveway maybe I can breathe a sigh of relief now. Thanks again.
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Hi Bill, Looking at a 91' F700 vin # 1FDPK74P9MVA23645, any info would be helpful. thanks,,Mark
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Hi Bill, Looking at a 91' F700 vin # 1FDPK74P9MVA23645, any info would be helpful. thanks,,Mark
1FD = FoMoCo USA - Ford Truck - Incomplete Vehicle.

P = Class 7 ~ 26,001-33,000 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

K74 = F700 diesel (cab model).

P = 6.6L (401 cid) I-6 Ford FTO Turbo Diesel.

9 = Check digit, FoMoCo usage only.

M = 1991.

V = Kentucky Truck Assembly Plant.

A23645 = 1991 Numerical Sequence of Assembly, the trucks specific serial number.

Want more info? Post all the codes printed on the Certification Label, located (glued) on the left door face below the latch, or on the left B pillar below the striker plate.

Or, you can post a pic of the little charmer and save yourself the trouble of typing all this jazz.
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