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Ford F-350 Super Duty Features and Specs

Features & Specs

  • Engine 6.8 L V 10-cylinder
  • Drivetrain Rear Wheel Drive
  • Transmission 6-speed Manual
  • Horse Power 310 hp @ 4250 rpm
  • Fuel Economy 0/0 mpg
  • Bluetooth No
  • Navigation No
  • Heated Seats No

Review of the 2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty

  • When it comes to diesel power, the Ford Powerstroke is hard to beat, but the heavy-duty trucks from Dodge and GM offer more modern interiors and better handling.

  • Safety
  • Pros

    Rugged construction, multiple configurations, competent off-road, 14,200-pound conventional trailer capacity.

  • Cons

    Poor interior build quality, vague steering, manual-locking hubs still come standard on four-wheel-drive models.

  • What's New for 2004

    The F-350 incorporates minor changes for 2004, including a reclining front bench seat, 60/40-split rear seat in crew-cab models, newly available foglights on the XLT 4x2 and a two-tone paint scheme on the Lariat and Harley-Davidson packages. All F-350s sold in California now have a 3.73 rear axle as standard equipment. An AM/FM stereo with single CD player is now standard on the XLT, while a cassette stereo is optional. Finally, a power-sliding rear window is available (late in the model year) on SuperCab and Super Crew models.

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What Others Are Saying

Customer Reviews



Won't buy another, grossly overpriced

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Vehicle: 2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty

I bought this truck new in '03 with the 7.3L diesel. I have replaced two drive shafts, four sets of u-joints and a clutch (at 90,000). I hate to think what I have spent on the brakes. I have never pulled a trailer over 4,000 pounds. In fact, I rarely pull a trailer other than 14' utility with an ATV and camping gear. At 112,000 miles it rides like a cattle truck. I have driven only standard transmission vehicles for the past 32 years. The Ford repair shop actually told me the problem with the drive train was due to my driving. I am trading this vehicle in as soon as possible. The only thing super duty about it are the maintenance fees.




6.0 diesel

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Vehicle: 2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty

I have enjoyed everything but the number of times this vehicle has returned to the dealership for injector problems. Ford has pretty much admitted they can"t fix it. The warranty left 2 weeks ago and the truck will soon follow. I won't be buying a Ford diesel this time, but probably will try a GMC or Dodge diesel!



2 of 2 people found this review helpful

6.0l diesel problems

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Vehicle: 2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty

The 6.0L Diesel has been nothing but an expensive problem. Can't keep fuel injectors in it. Ford does not care about the problem. I know of many others who own the 6.0L diesel and have the same problems. If you pull a trailer or carry heavy loads, the 6.0 can't handle it. If you are a "Weekend Cowboy" and just ride around in the truck, it might be ok.



2 of 2 people found this review helpful

F-250

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Vehicle: 2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty

I use it for towing and love it! If you ever tow or are thinking of buying an RV you need to look at this one. I work construction and I would say that Ford is by far the most predominate vehicle out there on the job.



4 of 4 people found this review helpful

6.0 diesel nightmare

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Vehicle: 2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty

2003 F 350, new engine after only 3000 miles, in shop total of 51 days in 3 years. New engine, sensors, rear end out at 29,000, turbo problems--worst ever for reliability. Great when it runs but last three vacations ruined with engine problems.



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Ford does not back there

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Vehicle: 2003 Ford F-350 Super Duty

the 6.0 diesel has been a nitemare since day one and ford can not fix the many problems it has had since i purchaced the truck.i do not think it fair that i get stuck with a lemon just because they can not fix their own trucks. they have changed injectors and done many reprograms to try to fix it but nothing has worked.



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Full 2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty Review

What's New for 2004

The F-350 incorporates minor changes for 2004, including a reclining front bench seat, 60/40-split rear seat in crew-cab models, newly available foglights on the XLT 4x2 and a two-tone paint scheme on the Lariat and Harley-Davidson packages. All F-350s sold in California now have a 3.73 rear axle as standard equipment. An AM/FM stereo with single CD player is now standard on the XLT, while a cassette stereo is optional. Finally, a power-sliding rear window is available (late in the model year) on SuperCab and Super Crew models.

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Talk About The 2004 F-350 Super Duty

2004 Ford F-350 Super Duty Discussions See all Started By

donavuer
donavuer
09-23-2009
Ok, I just bought a used 2004 F-350 Super Duty Diesel..Nothing but problems since I got it..It has been in the shop more than the road! Now, the EGR Coolant Tube has been replaced, it is still at the ...



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