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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-07-2012, 04:43 AM Thread Starter
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1997 International Tow With T444E Engine Sensor Schematics Needed

I'm looking for a blowup of the engine with sensor locations and if possible, part numbers. The parts house has tried giving me Ford parts and guess what, they didn't work properly(wiring harness, threads, etc). These engines were used heavily in school buses and medium duty tow trucks. I've tried searching the net for several hours tonight and everything I've found so far is either bogus or they want a large amount of money for a PDF document they won't allow you to verify the info on before you pay.

So if anyone has a manual with the information I'm asking for please PM me, I am doing this to assist a friend that uses this truck for work, so the faster I can help him fix it, the faster he can get back to work.

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Drinkypoo is right - the T444e and the PowerStroke share 99% of the same parts. What might be different are the cut-off dates for when which engine went into which vehicle. For instance, in the Ford trucks, the 99.5-03 share one version of the engine, whereas the 94-97 share another version. The T444 (no e) was in the pre 94's. So when you say 1997 to a Ford owner, it might mean something different to a school bus mechanic.

My suggestion would be to take a few pictures - fuel bowl and turbo should clear this up - and let us "cross reference" it to which group it correlates with in our lingo.

Here is the schematic you asked for assuming it is a T444e you are working on - http://www.thedieselstop.com/faq/949...veic_final.pdf

As you can see, it is an International schematic that is what we Ford guys order our parts from.

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wiring harness and ECU tuning is completely different between the two engines...

Other than that, very similiar.

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First of all, thank you for the schematic link, which is all I was asking for to begin with, some HELP, presumably the spanish language will have no effect on the part numbers, so it is truly appreciated, you've probably just saved me weeks of troubleshooting and tracing harness paths.

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