Since changes to the Ford 7.3L IDI diesel engine in 1994 made way for the Ford 7.3L engine, power stroke. Also by 1999 International had built 1 million Ford 7.3L power stroke engines and the 2 millionth was built in 2002.
Ford 7.3L Engine, Dependable and Reliable
The 7.3L power stroke diesel failed to meet stricter emissions requirements. So it was replaced by the Ford 6.0L power stroke in early 2003. Therefore the 7.3L is responsible for making the Power Stroke name legendary.
This Ford 7.3L diesel engine is regarded as one of the best diesel engines used in the light/medium duty market due to unsurpassed reputation reliability. Even in the most rugged of operating conditions. During its production, very few 7.3L diesel engines experienced serious engine problems. In addition, although production of the Ford 7.3L power stroke ceased in 2003, the engine remains highly sought after in the remanufactured diesel truck market.
1994-2003 Ford 7.3L Engine
In 1994, the 7.3L was changed to a direct injection (DI) engine and an electronic fuel injection system was added. Finally the 7.3L Power Stroke was officially underway.
The 1994 to 2002 turbodiesel family employed different technology from the previous generation. Furthermore its fuel pump and a separate high-pressure pump worked in tandem. Therefore to boost the fuel pressure directly into each fuel injector of the hydraulic electronic direct fuel injection system. In addition, the engine features a single standard waste-gated turbocharger configuration.
It seems like we are getting more and more calls for diesel parts and remanufactured engine for the 94-97 Ford 7.3L engine, Powerstrokes. Furthermore these trucks are sometimes referred to as OBS or “Old Body Style” and are getting more popular on the used market due to their reliability.
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