Cooling Components for 1999.5-2003 7.3L Powerstroke
While Ford’s 7.3 Powerstroke is generally very reliable, its cooling system can require maintenance as time goes on.
Typically lasting for a couple decades before any issues arise, the 7.3 oil cooler may develop leaks, leaving a little puddle under the driver’s side of the engine. Leaks can come from the oil cooler’s O-rings and where the oil cooler connects to the engine, possibly requiring a 7.3 Powerstroke oil cooler upgrade. +Read more
Another potential issue for this generation of the Powerstroke includes a leaking thermostat housing. Commonly, the thermostat will leak from around the O-ring. In addition, the 7.3 water pump can fail due to contamination in the cooling system or overheating.
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