About This Site

Why your next car or truck should be a Ford
Ford makes a great product. I haven't owned anything but Fords for the last 15 years and have had few problems.

Over a year ago my 2000 was totaled. I was so bummed. I planned to drive that truck a long time. A fellow crashed into it while it was parked. So now... I have a brand new (when I bought it) 2017 4X4 Ford F350 diesel. New articles will begin as I need to work on it.

This site was created to track the modifications and repairs I make to my truck (2000 F250, 4X4, Auto). I felt it would be a good way to remember what I did and how I did it. I got sick of having to reinvent the wheel every time I needed to procure parts, so I intend to include part numbers where applicable. In many cases, as I have made these modifications, pictures would have been helpful to me, so here they are. Much of the information presented here is applicable to model years 1999 through 2003. Perhaps someone out there will find this information and the pictures useful.

The links at the top of the page will take you to a lot of information regarding Super Duty Powerstroke diesels.

This site should be considered incomplete at all times because I update often! When visiting this site, keep in mind that I am neither a mechanic nor a web designer.


2000 Ford F250 XLT PSD Crewcab, Longbed, 4x4, Auto, LS 3.73 - Original Owner, 183,000 Miles
Ford AIS (Severe Duty Air Intake System), Frantz Bypass Oil Filter, Baldwin Bypass Coolant Filter, Fumoto Oil Drain Valve, 203 Degree Thermostat, Stancor Glow Plug Relay, Bilstein Shocks all the way around, Timbren SES (Rear), Michelin LTX M/S 2 LT265/75/16, Commander Monitor (gauges), Crimestopper SP-502 Remote Start/Alarm/Paging/Turbo Timer/Keyless, Rotella 5W40 Synthetic Motor Oil, Delo ELC Coolant (extended life coolant, red coolant), Mobile 1 ATF (Automatic Transmission Fluid) Transmission and Power Steering

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DISCLAIMER: I am not a mechanic. The articles and information on this site just document how I did things. Use this information at your own risk.