2000 Ford Excursion Limited 7.3l Powerstroke Turbo Diesel 4x4 on 2040-cars
Evansville, Wyoming, United States
|For sale is a 2000 Ford Excursion with the 7.3l Powerstroke Turbo Diesel. I purchased it from my mother and father in 2011, so I have been around this vehicle from the night it came home from Vista Ford of Oxnard CA. Previous to 2011 it has lived its entire life in Southern California.
The inside of the Excursion has never seen any small children nor has a Cigarette ever been smoked in it. The 3rd row seat has a small area of discoloration. The drivers seat has 2 small tears in it. The steering wheel has the usual worn tan leather, and that is why there is a cover on it. Both the front seats are heated but the drivers side does not get very warm at all.
It was equipped with factory 6 disc CD changer as well as keyless entry, and yes I have both the keys. It also has the rear parking aid.It also has heated power mirrors.
Oil has always been changed every 3000-5000 mi (Depending on use) and the fuel filter has always been changed every second oil change (Only Motorcraft filters). The automatic 4X4 locking hubs work without issue.
The Following are recently replaced items:
The following are upgraded items:
- 8/10/12 138,816 mi 6 new pro-comp ES9000 shocks.
- 11/1/12 140,326 mi 2 new Caterpillar batteries and new 2/0 Ground cables.
- 1/12/13 145,590 mi Engine oil cooler o-rings replaced due to leak.
- 1/26/13 146,002 mi Limited slip differential was rebuilt with Ford OE parts. Rear Driveshaft U-Joints replaced with Spicer joints (OE Ford)
- 4/14/13 147,978 mi 8 Remanufactured injectors installed. Stage 1.5 (175cc/30%) Non-Prime. All Glow plugs and Glow plug controller replaced with Motorcraft (OE Ford) parts.
- 9/9/13 152,000 mi Transmission fluid and trans filter replaced. Transfercase fluid replaced.
- Pro-Comp 4" Lift kit.
- Weld Scorpio aluminum wheels.
- 325/75R16 E Goodyear wranglers (Rotated every 5000 mi).
- Spearco large intercooler.
- 4" Turbo back exhaust with muffler.
- 4" inlet Compressor housing with a ported cover to eliminate surge issue.
- 20 PSI Waste gate actuator.
- Power hungry performance Hydra Chip with 6 Gearhead smoke free programs. gearheadautomotiveperformance .com
- Factory match Autometer Pyrometer cleanly installed in to dash (looks factory).
- HID headlight bulbs 4300k so they are not any strange colors
- 3 Rigid ind. LED brick lights.
- Digital trailer brake controller.
- Riff Raff Diesel FRx Fuel rail cross over kit.
- John Woods Transmission installed by John Wood around 110,000mi
Ford Excursion for Sale
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Have a look below and let us know what you think of MT's verdict in Comments.
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