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1995-2003 7.3L Ford Power Stroke | Injection Pressure Regulator (IPR) Valve | Alliant Power # AP63402

$240.00
Details
  • MSRP: $320.00
  • You Save: $80.00 (25%)
  • Brand: Alliant Power
  • Condition: New
  • SKU: AP63402-AlliantPower
  • Manufacturer Part Number: F81Z9C968AA, F81Z9C968AB
  • Interchange Part Number: AP63402
  • Other Part Number: AP63402
  • Country of Manufacture: United States
  • Part Brand: Alliant Power
  • MPN: AP63402-7.3L
  • ALLIANT POWER NUMBER: AP63402
  • Is Proposition Required: 1
  • California Prop 65 Warning: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
INJECTION PRESSURE REGULATOR
(IPR) VALVE
(Note: Without edge filter.)
for
1995.5 - 2003
F Series, Excursion, E Series
7.3L FORD POWER STROKE ENGINE
 
ALLIANT POWER # AP63402
OEM Part Numbers: F81Z9C968AA / AB
 
This IPR Valve fits the following vehicles:
Year Range Make Model Engine ESN
1995.5 to 2003 Ford F-250 7.3L Power Stroke 187,100 to End
1995.5 to 2003 Ford F-350 7.3L Power Stroke 187,100 to End
1995.5 to 2003 Ford F-450 7.3L Power Stroke 187,100 to End
1995.5 to 2003 Ford F-550 7.3L Power Stroke 187,100 to End
1995.5 to 2003 Ford F-650 7.3L Power Stroke 187,100 to End
1995.5 to 2003 Ford F-750 7.3L Power Stroke 187,100 to End
1995.5 to 2003 Ford Excursion 7.3L Power Stroke 187,100 to End
1995.5 to 2003 Ford E-250 7.3L Power Stroke N/A
1995.5 to 2003 Ford E-350 7.3L Power Stroke N/A
1995.5 to 2003 Ford E-450 7.3L Power Stroke N/A
1995.5 to 2003 Ford E-550 7.3L Power Stroke N/A
 
TO GET YOUR ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER (ESN) 
PLEASE CLICK ON THE TOOL LINK BELOW
TO OUR TECHNICAL HELP PAGE
FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON WHERE TO
FIND THE ESN ON YOUR ENGINE BLOCK.



1)The IPR Valve on your Powerstroke is responsible for controlling the pressure in the high-pressure oil system which in turn operates the fuel injectors.
2)The PCM varies ICP pressure (through adjusting the IPR duty cycle) as the primary means of controlling engine power output.
3)The IPR (injection pressure regulator) is located on the back of the high pressure oil pump which is located under the fuel filter assembly.
4)Common results of IPR valve failure include poor idle, stalling, and even a no-start condition.


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