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Old 05-27-2013, 09:11 AM
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Help with 2003 f250 6.0 diesel spends more time in the driveway than on the streets

Hi, new here, I honestly have searched previous posts on what the best delete kit, reasonably priced is out there! Any help would be greatly appreciated at this point. We have already replaced a fuel module chip (after driving from Idaho to Ft. Campbell and getting stranded 34 days after purchasing the brute) and a couple of fuel injectors (ourselves, interestingly enough) NOW Ford diagnostics at the dealership says we need:
ICP sensor
ICP connector
EGR delete kit
intake gasket set
oil cooler

Since we are poor poor poor, a young man is going to help us out as we dont have $3000 + for the dealership to do the work.....

ok, enough of my sad sad story, we all have one right?

again, any help would be greatly appreciated to find/purchase these parts!

Hope everyone is enjoying their Memorial Day long weekend and remember to be thankful for all our service members, and their families, who have made the ultimate sacrifice for this great country!

God bless, from Idaho!
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A little late in replying.. but I believe the ICP connectors were part of a recall... might want to check that. IMO the best "delete" kits are actually the bulletproof egr cooler replacements from bulletproof diesel out of AZ. I was a Ford Senior Master certified tech back in 06/07... don't hardly ever see them these days as my new employment is all GM/Dodge fleet. Rare to see an intake gasket kit needed as a failure item... They are needed to replace the egr cooler however. Not really a "cheap" way to do your job unfortunately. parts alone are going to put you close to or over $1000.
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^+1 totally agree with Hillbilly. All good info there. Unfortunately diesels are so expensive parts wise. Good luck with everything!
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