Engine Components for 1999.5-2003 7.3L Powerstroke
With the right 7.3 diesel engine parts, this generation of the Ford Powerstroke is generally a reliable powerplant. Along with a single Garrett GTP38 turbocharger and a 17.5:1 compression ratio, the engine used a cast-iron block and cylinder heads. +Read more
The 1999.5 Super Duty’s 7.3-liter diesel engine produced 235 horsepower and 500 pounds-feet of torque while utilizing a larger intake manifold cover inlet diameter, a new high-pressure oil pump design, and a revised injector design. By 2003, the motor put out 250-275 horsepower and 505-525 pounds-feet of torque, depending on the transmission.
However, the 7.3 did have issues with its valve springs. Because the valve springs did not have a high seat pressure, valve float would occur at high RPMs. This led to bent or broken pushrods.
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