2001 Ford Excursion 7.3L 4x4 diesel
2001 Ford Excursion 4x4. Limited, Leather, 7.3L diesel. 191K on it. Runs perfect.
X code / B code springs. Brand new 285/75r16 E Rated Hankook Dynapro A/Ts. Less than 1000mi on them.
DP-Tuner 7 position chip
Pos 0-No start
Pos 2-80hp DD
Pos 3-80hp Mountain driving
Pos 4-100hp Performance
Pos 5-80hp Towing
Pos 6-65hp Towing
Pos 7-Decel mode(engages exhaust brake for downhill decent towing)
DIY 6637 Intake
triple gauges on A-pillar (tranny temp, boost, EGTs)
Diamond Eye 4" DP and Exhaust. MBRP Resonator.
New glow plugs
Pioneer AVH-2400BT double din in dash DVD player.
13" Fold down monitor.
Stereo system consists of six 6x8 Focal speakers.
In the last 15K:
New Ball joints
New belts & Hoses
New Tie-rod ends
New tensioner pulley
New Roadrunner triple disc Billet torque converter
New flex plate
New BTS highflow tranny pump
New door lock actuators (all of them)
Tru-cool transmission cooler
New steering box
New X Code/B Code springs (2" of lift)
Rebuilt oil cooler
Hellwig rear sway bar
Roadmaster active suspension for the rear
Rebuilt fuel bowl
Alternator replaced 4/9/2011 by Ford @ 167,310mi
Turbo replaced 2/10/2010 @ 145,722mi
Water pump replaced 1/12/2010 @ 144,851mi
Injector replaced 09/08/08 @ 127,724mi
A/T was replaced at 104K with a NEW Ford Heavy Duty 4r100.
The pass side seat has a tear in the limited stitching. See pic
The rear hatch doors had Alpine subs in the door panels. They were heavy and pulling apart from the doors. I pulled them as the stereo sounds great without them. I will include the panels though as I still have them.
Small dent on front DS fender from previous owner. See pic
This Excursion has been maintained its entire life. I have a large file of receipts from before I bought it. I know these trucks inside and out. The tranny was replaced already with Ford's "heavy Duty" 4R100 at 104K. Then I did the HD torque converter and highflow pump shortly after purchasing it as a precautionary item. It shifts great with no issues at all.
Excursion is located in Windsor, CO about an hour north of Denver. And, yes I would drive it anywhere in the country immediately.