Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: Mason County
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Wow, I posted that like over 3 years ago. Apparently, the gear on the crank shaft has slipped so the engine isn't timed exactly as it should be. I don't remember what had been done at the time I originally posted but I do know, it went back to the dealership twice while it was still under warranty for this same issue and now the warranty is up and they may be able to provide a 'new, updated' crankshaft that the gear is not supposed to slip on but will still charge us the labor to install. This is a common problem with this tractor/engine combination. The engine is labeled as a Case New Holland 7.5L. I'm not sure who manufactured the engine.
'94 F250xlt ext. cab. ZF5-speed 4x4. EBPV delete. DPP downpipe. Tymar intake. Tymar coolant filter. LF9691 primary filter. Electric fans. 10k mod. 1.0 turbo housing. Boost blanket. Over-axle exhaust eliminated. Electric fuel pressure gauge. BDP modded IDM. Heim joint clutch linkage. Adrenaline HPOP. LUK SMFW. DIY Elec. Fuel. FS1282, FF5230 fuel filters.