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Finally have myself a 7.3

Hey guys. I bought a 94 F250, ext cab with 155k miles for $1500. Click the image to open in full size.
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Hey Kyle, welcome to the PSD side! Looks like you found yourself a survivor! Are you sure it's a PSD? Is it a manual transmission? All the 94 PSDs had manuals, if it's an auto truck you probably have an IDI Turbo there. Not a bad engine in its own right, but not a PSD either.

Oh, and if it's turbo'd then you have to come up with a new signature tagline, lol.

At any rate, that's not a bad looking truck if you lose the running boards (or leave them if you like 'em -- it's your truck!). Welcome aboard!
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Hey Kyle, welcome to the PSD side! Looks like you found yourself a survivor! Are you sure it's a PSD? Is it a manual transmission? All the 94 PSDs had manuals, if it's an auto truck you probably have an IDI Turbo there. Not a bad engine in its own right, but not a PSD either.

Oh, and if it's turbo'd then you have to come up with a new signature tagline, lol.

At any rate, that's not a bad looking truck if you lose the running boards (or leave them if you like 'em -- it's your truck!). Welcome aboard!
Hmm its an auto. Guess I jumped the gun on posting. Ill take a look at the VIN. Dont worry those running boards are gonna be gone soon.
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Just look under the hood. If the oil filler is on the valve cover on the passenger side, it is a PSD; if it is in the middle of the front cover, it is an IDIT. Still a great engine and much simpler to work on.
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Just look under the hood. If the oil filler is on the valve cover on the passenger side, it is a PSD; if it is in the middle of the front cover, it is an IDIT. Still a great engine and much simpler to work on.
If the oil filter is anywhere NEAR either of those places, the OP is in a heap of trouble....
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If the oil filter is anywhere NEAR either of those places, the OP is in a heap of trouble....
Hahaha. Read it again. I had to look twice
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If you zoom in on the fender, it doesn't look like 'powerstroke'.
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If you zoom in on the fender, it doesn't look like 'powerstroke'.


Glenn the early powerstroke had turbo diesel on the fender like the IDI. I have only seen a handful like this but I have seen them.
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Glenn the early powerstroke had turbo diesel on the fender like the IDI. I have only seen a handful like this but I have seen them.
It is an IDI.
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U bought it without knowing ??!!?!?!
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