Comments: I was really glad to have your web-site to give me the instructions for the ball joints replacement. But I can not remove the axel seal. Any suggestions. Thanks
Added: December 13, 2013
Submitted by Name: Bobby From: WEST TEXAS E-mail: Contact
Comments: im trying to bypass ford PATS "B" on 7.3 and im gathing info or links to info. I have a no-start due to my PATS system. All it does is turn over. Do you have any info on rewiring to bypass it. other than replacing or reprogramming the items.
thanks for your time
Added: November 26, 2013
Submitted by Name: Finkstr From: Pinckney, Michigan E-mail: Contact
Comments: What can I say... your website is amazingly thorough. I have owned four 7.3's over the years, the most recent being a 2001 F350 Crew cab DRW. I was fortunate to find it a year ago in Arizona - 41,000 miles! AWSOME truck! This truck I plan to keep for a l o n g time. Since then I have been collecting information, actually a 2001 version of your site. However, nothing as detailed. Is it possible that you have templates of your spreadsheets available? Thanks!
Added: October 7, 2013
Submitted by Name: Ron Isham From: Lytle Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: I followed your directions to the "T" for the ball joint replacement. I bought the tool which was handy and I still saved tons of money a time. Thank mucho!
My inner front axle seal is leaking now and I was wondering do you have anything forthcoming for that job? I hate to rip out what I just put in but I have some passenger side cluncking an still have oil coming out.
Comments: The site great, very helpful and informative...thank you
Admin reply: Thank you, JH!
Added: April 29, 2013
Submitted by Name: Eric From: Florida
Comments: great info better than the factory
Admin reply: Thanks, Eric. Glad you liked my info.
Added: April 23, 2013
Submitted by Name: Terry From: Northern Alberta Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Very good site iv"e been looking for part numbers that ford can't seem to find but here they are COOL
Admin reply: Terry, I'm glad the part numbers were useful. Thanks for posting.
Added: April 4, 2013
Submitted by Name: Dylan From: British Columbia. Canada E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks.....very helpful....
Admin reply: Dylan, you are very welcome.
Added: March 22, 2013
Submitted by Name: Charles From: Texas E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks for taking the time to do a ball joint write up. I just used it to complete a complete rebuild of all my front steering components. When I say complete I mean complete...from the bearing hubs to the ball joints. I wanted to have everything new again. To support your site ; I purchased it all from your links to Amazon. I even purchased the seal driver. It's a small sum of money compared to what the dealer wanted.
Thanks again, Charles
Admin reply: Hello Charles. Thanks for posting. I am glad things went well. Thanks so much for using my Amazon links. That means a lot to me and is sincerely appreciated.
Best regards, Jerry
Added: February 22, 2013
Submitted by Name: Bill From: Florida E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks for the great info! One question if I may...I'm going to attempt a coolant flush/replacement and while I'm at it I plan to replace the water pump, thermostat housing, thermostat, gasket, and hoses. In your opinion do you have any preference in the order of performing all of those prceedures. Does it matter? Thanks for your time.
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