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Old 01-24-2011, 08:10 AM
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Is this confirmed? I am fairly sure I need a sending unit for my 2000 f250 7.3 and want to line one up before I drop the tank. $400+ for just a sender assy is a ripoff, if I can get away spending only $150, that would be great.
The parts are the same, you will need to go into the parts catalog and look up the sending unit for the V10 and go from there.
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Thanks for the replies. I am going to check further on on partsguyed.
Everywhere I looked, if I put in diesel, it came up around $400.
I will be doing this in a couple weeks, will post up my results.
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Ok, I am possibly very lucky. I pulled the bed (only had to cut 4 bolts) and pulled the sender/ pickup assy from the tank and the float and rod were laying in the bottom of the tank. The sender still works though. I put the rod back on the sender and added a nut to the back of it to keep it from coming out again, even though the clips on the sender did snap good on the rod. Also added a washer and nut on the end of the rod to keep the float from coming off again. I ohmed the sender several times and all seems well, will know just how good it works once I drive it some and dont have a full tank anymore.
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The parts are the same, you will need to go into the parts catalog and look up the sending unit for the V10 and go from there.
bdrummonds, wuld it b possible for u 2 put the part num here for the pump. Ive tried looking 4 it up on partsguyed's site, but cannot find wut im looking for. And before every1 flames me over my spelling, yes i do know how 2 spell folks, i just like my version of shorthand, just sound it out like it sounds.
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oops looks like i wasnt looking in the right place apparently. but which fuel tank shuld i use in order to get the proper 1?
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Hey guys,
just thought you should know i just stumbled upon this discussion and before i got here i googled fuel sending unit ford excursion and it took me to an option for an o'riely auto parts and they provide either the whole pump and sending unit for 481.99 or 490.99 depending on your location and grade of part and it gave me the option for just the sending unit 157.99 in my area. maybe this is something new that other auto places arent doing but oriellys are pretty common in wisconsin and alot easier to drive to get you part than wait online...not to sound like spam or anything hope this helps.
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Hey guys,
just thought you should know i just stumbled upon this discussion and before i got here i googled fuel sending unit ford excursion and it took me to an option for an o'riely auto parts and they provide either the whole pump and sending unit for 481.99 or 490.99 depending on your location and grade of part and it gave me the option for just the sending unit 157.99 in my area. maybe this is something new that other auto places arent doing but oriellys are pretty common in wisconsin and alot easier to drive to get you part than wait online...not to sound like spam or anything hope this helps.
Did you happen to get the part number for just the sending unit?
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I think that is exactly what you DONT want to do in order to get a gasser unit for your diesel.

Dont mind me guys, Im just searching the subject and came across this old thread.
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My 7.3 has a bad sender. Has anyone tried the v10 gas float solution? I can get right one for $351 with the discount, but if I can save $200, Ill go for it. IF you have done, do you know the part number, or the PS number, I think the gas has the pump built in? or something like that. I dont know, I dont pay attention to gas trucks.
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Go to a junk yard. I got a whole X tank with skid plate for $75 dollars... Sender worked great...
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