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Old 11-21-2007
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Icon3 112k And Bam Here Comes The Repairs

NEW CLUTCH ASSEMBLY-$213
SLAVE CYCLINDER-$28
WATER PUMP-$48
CLUTCH MASTER CYCLINDER-$45
the fact its not a chevy and it still runs-PRICELESS
lol i expected all this stuff to go out after what i put this poor truck threw........ but have no fear FLORIDA GUYS i will be at the horsehole meet no matter which way i get there.........or
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well 112,000 miles you'e end up changing out the clutch and slave cylinder. Not sure about the master cylinder. I've got 150,000 and I just changed my clutch like 10,000 ago maybe less.
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i have personaly seen 3.0's with over 400K on them with stock internals!
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yeah all depends on how u drive......lol sink ur truck more than once.....dig it till the clutch starts slipping.......yank on F250's........lol clutch is bound to go....water pumps not bad just thegasket is leaking........so i figured hell replace the whole thing....
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Might want to do the CPS and Synchro as preventative maintenance...
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eh....76k and i'm on my 3rd clutch and 3rd slave. word.
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CPS??.....uhh ok.....ne ways took off radiator n everything so its not my water pump leaking its my timing cover gasket....lol DAMN...now i get to take everything off......oh well u cant win em all the wierd thing about it is it started leakin by sittin in my driveway while i was doing a clutch....hmmmm.....
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CPS??.....uhh ok.....
Um yeah!!! That little thing that determines if your engine has oil pressure. Research it, definatly worth doing to save your engine.
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crankshaft position sensor camshaft postion sensor or crank seal.....CPS could mean a million diff things thats y i said uhhhh OK
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eh....76k and i'm on my 3rd clutch and 3rd slave. word.
im workin on my 3rd clutch too blew out old 1 when i blew out my reverse gear and gettin stuck in 4hi is not doin too good on the new 1 i gotta use 4lo to go muddin anywhere it SUCKS but im gettin a heavyduty this spring
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crankshaft position sensor camshaft postion sensor or crank seal.....CPS could mean a million diff things thats y i said uhhhh OK
Actually, Ford's abbreviation is CMP (Camshaft Position) Sensor and it is driven from the camshaft by a geared shaft and housing assembly called the Synchronizer. At high miles, the Synchronizer drive can fail which is bad news in itself. The much worse news is that the Synchronizer also drives the engine's oil pump.

The final failure is usually a partially or fully seized Synchronizer shaft and stripped drive gear(s)....AND a seized engine if it isn't caught immediately.

Sometimes, there is an early warning sign that the Synchronizer is in trouble. There might be a squeak or chirp as the lube dries up and the Synchronizer begins the seizing process. Except for its location, this noise could easily be misdiagnosed as a belt chirp.

The CMP/Synchronizer combination is usually found on Ford coilpack/pushrod/SEFI engines. Examples used in RBV's are the 3.0, 4.0 OHV and 5.0 Ranger/Explorer engines from the last 12~15 years.
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yes thank u i know all this ASE certified technician and i work at a parts store and garage......also a electrican....
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