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Old 08-23-2016, 12:23 PM
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Lube Fitting Locations - 2002 F250 Super Duty

Am in search of a lube chart/diagram for a 2002 F250 Super Duty XLT V10 long bed.

While I did find 4 fittings on the front suspension, I suspect I may have missed some in other locations. Tried google to find a chart, but no luck.

Any pointers? Appreciate it!
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If my memory is right I only had 4 grease fittings on my 04' when it was new, only on the tie rods for the steering. I have since added greaseable ball joints and greaseable sway bar end links so my number of grease fittings now has increased quite a bit.
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I appreciate your sharing that with me. Guess I got them all when I did the lube.
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I appreciate your sharing that with me. Guess I got them all when I did the lube.
The ball joints upper and lower, provided they are no longer original will have zerks as will the steering. I'd check ujoints too because if they've been replaced they may have a zerk in the cross, or end cap. The ujoints on both sides to the front axle too. Also, it might be worth greasing the rear driveline, however there isn't a zerk. Do a quick search here or YouTube and you can learn how that is done. Lastly I believe there is a zerk on the front driveline for the slip there.
Wipe em off and fill em up. It's time well spent!

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