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VIN number 1FTSW31P34ED16196: 2004 FORD F-350

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MakeFORD
Year2004
ModelF-350
Factory designationF-350
Vin1FTSW31P34ED16196
Body Cab TypeCrew/ Super Crew/ Crew Max
Body ClassPickup
Engine Cylinders8
Displacement CC6000, 10831.849304
Displacement CI661, 366.1424645683
Displacement L6, 10.831849304
Drive Type4WD/4-Wheel Drive/4x4
Engine ModelM11 Plus
Engine KW242.3525
Fuel Type PrimaryDiesel
GV WRClass 2H: 9,001 - 10,000 lb (4,082 - 4,536 kg)
ManufacturerFORD MOTOR COMPANY, USA
SeriesSuper Duty - Single Rear Wheel
Vehicle TypeTRUCK
Brake System TypeHydraulic
Engine ConfigurationV-Shaped
AirBag Loc Front1st Row (Driver & Passenger)
Fuel Injection TypeSequential Fuel Injection (SFI)
Engine HP325
Seat Belts AllManual
NCSA Body Type31
NCSA MakeFord
NCSA ModelF-Series pickup
NoteSingle Rear Wheel
Other Restraint System Info2nd gen front airbag
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