Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Monument, CO
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Ok, I'll bite.
First off, diesel engines have never been carbureted. All diesels have their fuel injected directly into the cylinder.
Secondly, diesels are compression ignition engines meaning the heat developed during the compression stroke ignites the fuel. They don't have spark plugs like gasoline engines do.
I'm not sure about other brands but any 1993 or older Ford diesel will not have electronics.
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2002 F-350 SRW
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