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Ford 6.8L V-10 Engine

The 6.8 L (413 CID) SOHC V10 is a variation of the Modular family created for use in large trucks.

Bore size is 90.2 mm (3.552 in) and stroke is 105.8 mm (4.165 in), identical to the 5.4 L V8. Both 2-valve and 3-valve versions have been produced. The 6.8 L uses a split-pin crank with 72° firing intervals and a balance shaft to quell vibrations inherent to a 90° bank angle V10 engine. The engine’s firing order is 1-6-5-10-2-7-3-8-4-9. The 2-valve version was first introduced in 1997, with a 3-valve non-VCT version to follow in 2005. The 3-valve engines were built alongside the 2-valve engines at Ford’s Windsor, Ontario LVL engine line, but moved production to the larger Windsor Engine Plant in 2009.

2-Valve: Vehicles equipped with the 2-valve 6.8 L V10 Modular engine include the following:

3-Valve: Vehicles equipped with the 3-valve 6.8 L V10 Modular engine include the following:

Key features and benefits:

One camshaft in each cylinder head (at the top of each cylinder bank) operating 3 valves, 2 intake and 1 exhaust

SOHC design provides an advanced level of valve control

Deep-skirt engine block and low-friction internal components mean greater reliability and fuel economy

Electronic throttle control uses electronic sensors instead of mechanical linkage to deliver seamless and consistent engine response

Silent-design chain cam drive contributes to durability and helps reduce NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) characteristics

Coil-on-plug ignition system design for high-mileage durability

90,000-mile spark plug maintenance interval with regular fluid and filter changes – under normal driving conditions

Fail-safe cooling system is designed to help protect the engine from potential damage due to a loss of coolant. If the engine overheats, it will automatically switch from 10-cylinder operation to alternating 5-cylinder operation. The vehicle will continue to operate, but with limited engine power. This system allows the driver to travel a short distance to obtain service or reach a service facility if the engine overheats. The distance that can be traveled depends upon vehicle load, outside temperature and road conditions

Ford V10 Firing Order

Known Problems:

The Ford V10 is a very reliable motor, and has been known to exceed 300,000 miles. It does have a few known problems:

Spark Plugs Shooting Out The The Heads:

Spark plugs on the V10 need to be checked and torqued if needed. They are known to come loose and shoot out of the cylinder head and strip out the threads. The repair involved reaming the spark plug hole, tapping it and inserting a helicoil to hold a factory spark plug.

You can find these repair kits at the bottom of this page.

Engine Running Rough / Misfiring:

If you’re having a problem with your V10 running rough / missing, it may be your Coil On Plugs (COP). The V10 has an ignition coil mounted on top of each spark plug. These can fail over time if they’re exposed to moisture. The ones closest to the firewall are the ones that most commonly fail (#5 & #10). The engine may not display a check engine light if it has a misfire. If you can get access to a diagnostic tool that can read the codes on the V10, you should be able to get codes from the bad COP. The code will directly correspond to the bad coil. The codes are:

You can find good deals on replacement coils at the bottom of this page.

Exhaust Manifold Studs Rust And Break:

The factory studs rust and break off causing an exhaust leak. The repair involves removing the remaining nuts to remove the exhaust manifold. Then a nut is welded on to the remaining stud. The heat of the welder usually causes it to come loose, and can be removed by using a socket on the welded nut.

Oil Consumption:

The V10 is known for using oil. It’s not uncommon for them to use up a quart of oil between oil changes.

If you have an oil leak from the drivers side of the engine block, it may be coming from the seal between the engine block, and oil cooler adapter.


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Child Safety

  • General Information
  • Installing Child Restraints
  • Booster Seats
  • Child Restraint Positioning
  • Child Safety Locks
  • Principle of Operation
  • Fastening the Seatbelts
  • Seatbelt Height Adjustment
  • Seatbelt Warning Lamp and Indicator Chime
  • Seatbelt Reminder
  • Child Restraint and Seatbelt Maintenance
  • Seatbelt Extension

Supplementary Restraints System

  • Driver and Passenger Airbags
  • Side Airbags
  • Safety Canopy™
  • Crash Sensors and Airbag Indicator
  • Airbag Disposal

Keys and Remote Controls

  • General Information on Radio Frequencies
  • Remote Control
  • Replacing a Lost Key or Remote Control
  • Creating a MyKey
  • Clearing All MyKeys
  • Checking MyKey System Status
  • Using MyKey With Remote Start Systems
  • MyKey Troubleshooting

Doors and Locks

  • Locking and Unlocking
  • Keyless Entry
  • Tailgate Lock (If Equipped)
  • Removing the Tailgate
  • Tailgate Step
  • Bed Extender
  • Passive Anti-Theft System
  • Anti-Theft Alarm

Power Running Boards

  • Using Power Running Boards

Steering Wheel

  • Adjusting the Steering Wheel (If Equipped)
  • Audio Control
  • Voice Control

Cruise Control

  • Information Display Control
  • Heated Steering Wheel
  • Adjusting the Pedals

Wipers and Washers

  • Windshield Wipers
  • Windshield Washers
  • Lighting Control
  • Instrument Lighting Dimmer
  • Daytime Running Lamps
  • Automatic High Beam Control
  • Front Fog Lamps
  • Direction Indicators
  • Interior Lamps
  • Ambient Lighting

Windows and Mirrors

  • Power Windows
  • Global Opening
  • Exterior Mirrors
  • Interior Mirror
  • Sliding Windows

Instrument Cluster

  • Warning Lamps and Indicators
  • Audible Warnings and Indicators

Information Displays

  • Information Messages

Climate Control

  • Manual Climate Control
  • Automatic Climate Control (If Equipped)
  • Hints on Controlling the Interior Climate
  • Heated Windows and Mirrors
  • Heated Exterior Mirrors
  • Cabin Air Filter
  • Remote Start
  • Sitting in the Correct Position
  • Head Restraints
  • Manual Seats (If Equipped)
  • Power Seats
  • Memory Function
  • Heated Seats
  • Climate Controlled Seats
  • Front Seat Armrest
  • Rear Seat Armrest
  • Universal Garage Door Opener
  • Auxiliary Power Points

Storage Compartments

  • Center Console
  • Overhead Console
  • Under Seat Storage

Starting and Stopping the Engine

  • Ignition Switch
  • Keyless Starting
  • Starting a Gasoline Engine - 6.2L/6.8L
  • Starting a Diesel Engine - 6.7L Diesel
  • Diesel Particulate Filter
  • Switching Off the Engine - 6.7L Diesel
  • Engine Idle Shutdown (If Equipped)
  • Engine Block Heater

Fuel and Refueling

  • Safety Precautions
  • Fuel Quality - E85
  • Fuel Quality - Diesel
  • Fuel Quality - Gasoline
  • Running Out of Fuel
  • Selective Catalytic Reduction System - Diesel
  • Refueling - Gasoline
  • Refueling - Diesel
  • Fuel Consumption
  • Emission Control System - Gasoline
  • Emission Control System - Diesel


  • Automatic Transmission
  • Power Take-Off

Four-Wheel Drive

  • Using Four-Wheel Drive
  • Limited Slip Differential
  • Electronic Locking Differential
  • Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Parking Brake
  • Hill Start Assist

Traction Control

  • Using Traction Control

Stability Control

  • Using Stability Control

Terrain Control

  • Using Hill Descent Control

Parking Aids

  • Rear Parking Aid
  • Rear View Camera
  • 360 Degree Camera
  • Using Cruise Control
  • Using Adaptive Cruise Control

Driving Aids

  • Lane Keeping System
  • Blind Spot Information System (If Equipped)
  • Cross Traffic Alert (If Equipped)
  • Collision Warning System

Load Carrying

  • Towing a Trailer
  • Trailer Reversing Aids
  • Trailer Sway Control
  • Recommended Towing Weights
  • Essential Towing Checks
  • Towing the Vehicle on Four Wheels

Driving Hints

  • Breaking-In
  • Economical Driving
  • Driving Through Water
  • Snowplowing

Roadside Emergencies

  • Roadside Assistance
  • Hazard Flashers
  • Fuel Shutoff
  • Jump Starting the Vehicle
  • Post-Crash Alert System
  • Transporting the Vehicle
  • Towing Points

Customer Assistance

  • Getting the Services You Need
  • In California (U.S. Only)
  • The Better Business Bureau (BBB) Auto Line Program (U.S. Only)
  • Utilizing the Mediation/Arbitration Program (Canada Only)
  • Getting Assistance Outside the U.S. and Canada
  • Ordering Additional Owner's Literature
  • Reporting Safety Defects (U.S. Only)
  • Reporting Safety Defects (Canada Only)
  • Fuse Specification Chart
  • Changing a Fuse


  • Opening and Closing the Hood
  • Under Hood Overview - 6.2L
  • Under Hood Overview - 6.7L Diesel
  • Under Hood Overview - 6.8L
  • Engine Oil Dipstick - 6.2L/6.8L
  • Engine Oil Dipstick - 6.7L Diesel
  • Engine Oil Check - 6.2L/6.8L
  • Engine Oil Check - 6.7L Diesel
  • Changing the Engine Oil and Oil Filter
  • Changing the Crankcase Vent Filter Element
  • Oil Change Indicator Reset
  • Engine Coolant Check - 6.2L/6.8L
  • Engine Coolant Check - 6.7L Diesel
  • Automatic Transmission Fluid Check
  • Transfer Case Fluid Check
  • Brake Fluid Check
  • Power Steering Fluid Check
  • Washer Fluid Check
  • Draining the Fuel Filter Water Trap - 6.7L Diesel
  • Fuel Filter - 6.2L/6.8L
  • Changing the 12V Battery
  • Checking the Wiper Blades
  • Changing the Wiper Blades
  • Adjusting the Headlamps
  • Changing a Bulb
  • Bulb Specification Chart
  • Changing the Engine Air Filter - 6.2L/6.8L
  • Changing the Engine Air Filter - 6.7L Diesel
  • Changing the Engine-Mounted and Diesel Fuel Conditioner Module Fuel Filters - 6.7L Diesel

Vehicle Care

  • Cleaning Products
  • Cleaning the Exterior
  • Cleaning the Engine
  • Cleaning the Exhaust - 6.7L Diesel
  • Cleaning the Windows and Wiper Blades
  • Cleaning the Interior
  • Cleaning the Instrument Panel and Instrument Cluster Lens
  • Cleaning Leather Seats
  • Repairing Minor Paint Damage
  • Cleaning the Wheels
  • Vehicle Storage

Wheels and Tires

  • Using Snow Chains
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Changing a Road Wheel
  • Technical Specifications

Capacities and Specifications

  • Engine Specifications - 6.2L
  • Engine Specifications - 6.7L Diesel

Engine Specifications - 6.8L

  • Motorcraft Parts - 6.2L
  • Motorcraft Parts - 6.7L Diesel
  • Motorcraft Parts - 6.8L
  • Vehicle Identification Number
  • Vehicle Certification Label
  • Transmission Code Designation
  • Capacities and Specifications - 6.2L
  • Capacities and Specifications - 6.7L Diesel
  • Capacities and Specifications - 6.8L

Audio System

  • Audio Unit - Vehicles With: AM/FM/CD/SYNC
  • Audio Unit - Vehicles With: AM/FM/CD/Touchscreen Display
  • Audio Unit - Vehicles With: AM/FM/CD
  • Digital Radio
  • Satellite Radio
  • Using Voice Recognition
  • Using SYNC™ With Your Phone
  • SYNC™ Applications and Services
  • Using SYNC™ With Your Media Player
  • SYNC™ Troubleshooting
  • Home Screen
  • Entertainment
  • SYNC™ 3 Troubleshooting
  • Accessories
  • Auxiliary Switches
  • Ford Protect

Scheduled Maintenance

  • General Maintenance Information
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Accident Free Vehicle : Yes

Personal Use Only : Yes

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Title Details : Clean Title

Salvage Vehicle : No

Frame Damage : No

Theft History : No

Lemon Status : No

Free History Report : No

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2003 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer

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2003 Ford Excursion Limited

Located in Charles City , IA

Personal Use Only : No

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2003 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer

Located in Mchenry , IL

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2003 Ford Excursion Limited

Located in Arlington Heights , IL


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2003 Ford Excursion Eddie Bauer

Located in Fort Lupton , CO

Accident Free Vehicle : No

VIN: 1FMSU45P63EC18070 Stock: P1415A Certified Pre-Owned: No Listed since: 02-10-2024

2003 Ford Excursion Limited

Located in Springfield , MO

VIN: 1FMSU43P73EC47967 Stock: P-2749 Certified Pre-Owned: No Listed since: 01-24-2024

2003 Ford Excursion

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Located in Paris , TX

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VIN: 1FMSU45P73EC79508 Stock: 6787 Certified Pre-Owned: No Listed since: 01-20-2023

Edmunds' Expert Review

  • Substantial passenger and cargo capacity, impressive towing ability, diesel engine option, available on-board entertainment system.
  • Huge size, truck-like driving characteristics, poor fuel economy, high sticker price.

A new Eddie Bauer trim level debuts. It's equipped similarly to last year's Limited trim and also includes Arizona Beige exterior trim, two-tone leather seating and available second-row captain's chairs. Limited models get as standard equipment a six-disc in-dash CD changer, new aluminum wheels, cherrywood interior trim and a reversible cargo mat. In terms of mechanical changes, a new 6.0-liter turbodiesel engine arrives mid-year with more power and efficiency, connected to an all new five-speed TorqShift automatic transmission. Why anyone would use this mammoth rig to go trail busting we have no idea, but Ford will be offering an off-road package shortly after the first of the year. Finally, all Excursions get revised front suspensions for improved ride and handling.

Edmunds says

A big vehicle for people with big needs. For everyone else, a Chevrolet Suburban or 2003 Expedition is a better choice.

Cost to Drive Cost to drive estimates for the 2003 Ford Excursion XLT Value Rwd 4dr SUV (5.4L 8cyl 4A) and comparison vehicles are based on 15,000 miles per year (with a mix of 55% city and 45% highway driving) and energy estimates of N/A undefined in North Dakota.

Vehicle overview.

Introduction: Ford unleashed the Excursion on North American consumers in 2000. Based on the F-250 and F-350 Super Duty pickup trucks, the Excursion is Ford's largest SUV. It's also bigger than the Chevrolet Suburban and GMC Yukon XL. The Excursion is intended to serve those with large broods and towing needs.

Body Styles/Trims/Options: The four-door Excursion is offers eight- or nine-passenger seating with either two- or four-wheel-drive. XLT, XLT Premium, Eddie Bauer and Limited trims are available.

XLT models come well equipped, with Premium versions adding power rear quarter windows, illuminated running boards, aluminum wheels, rear audio controls, automatic headlights, a trip computer and front captain's chairs. Eddie Bauer models include Arizona Beige trim, fog lights, turn signal sideview mirrors, automatic climate control and power adjustable pedals. Limited ups the ante with body-color trim, a premium audio system, a reversible cargo mat, heated front seats, a memory feature for seats and pedals and a HomeLink universal transmitter.

A notable option for XLT Premium, Eddie Bauer and Limited is a DVD-based rear seat entertainment system. Other options include an in-dash six-disc CD changer for all trim levels except for Limited trim and second row captain's chairs (available on Eddie Bauer and Limited). We'd recommend that you opt for the reverse sensing system to help maneuver this behemoth.

Powertrains and Performance: Three engines are available on two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive Excursions. Standard on all models is a 5.4-liter V8 that makes 255 horsepower at 4,500 rpm and 350 pound-feet of torque at 2,500 rpm. Optional engines include a 6.8-liter V10 or a 7.3-liter turbodiesel V8. The V10 produces 310 horsepower and 425 pound-feet of torque. The Power Stroke turbodiesel generates 250 horsepower and super-beefy 525 pound-feet of torque. All are matched to a four-speed automatic transmission. A 3.73 rear axle ratio is standard. When properly equipped, the Excursion can tow 11,000 pounds.

A more powerful and efficient 6.0-liter turbodiesel will be released later this year, making 325 horsepower at 3,300 rpm and 550 foot-pounds of torque at 2,000 rpm, offering up to 10 percent better fuel economy and 20 percent lower emissions. It's mated to a new five-speed automatic transmission that features higher first- and second-gear ratios to launch a truck loaded with cargo more quickly and smoothly.

Safety: The Excursion comes standard with dual front airbags and four-wheel disc antilock brakes. Optional equipment includes power adjustable foot pedals and a reverse sensing system. Designed to be as crash-compatible with regular passenger cars as possible, the Excursion includes a Blockbeam at the front of the frame to help dissipate crash energy during a collision with a smaller vehicle. The Excursion hasn't been crash tested by NHTSA or IIHS.

Interior Design/Special Features: Donated by the Super Duty pickup truck, the rather industrial dashboard of the Excursion prioritizes function over form. Eddie Bauer models dress things up a bit with a two-tone color scheme, while Limiteds get cherrywood trim to jazz up the interior. Excursion can carry nine passengers in XLT trim, but all other models are restricted to eight because of the front captain's chairs. Maximum cargo space is 146.4 cubic feet.

Driving Impressions/Opinions: Remember that time you moved from your apartment or condo to your first home and rented one of those local U-Haul rental trucks? Driving an Excursion is a lot like driving that U-Haul, albeit one with far more refinement and creature comforts. While the 2003 suspension changes have improved the ride quality somewhat, this is still a large vehicle, one that doesn't take kindly to most urban parking garages and lots. It takes longer to stop than most of the cars on the road, so tailgating isn't such a wise idea. Fuel economy is also quite poor.

On the positive side, you get tons of cargo- and passenger-carrying capacity, plus the security of knowing that no one else on the road will try to mess with you. If you're in the market for such a vehicle, and neither the Chevy Suburban nor the GMC Yukon XL does it for you size-wise, this is your SUV. Otherwise, we recommend that you try something a little smaller on for size, like the all-new 2003 Ford Expedition.

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2003 Ford Excursion trims (30)

(XLT 5.4L Value) 4x2

(XLT 5.4L Value) 4x2

(XLT 6.8L Value) 4x2

(XLT 6.8L Value) 4x2

(XLT 5.4L Premium) 4x2

(XLT 5.4L Premium) 4x2

(XLT 6.8L Premium) 4x2

(XLT 6.8L Premium) 4x2

(XLT 5.4L Value) 4x4

(XLT 5.4L Value) 4x4

(XLT 6.8L Value) 4x4

(XLT 6.8L Value) 4x4

(Eddie Bauer 5.4L) 4x2

(Eddie Bauer 5.4L) 4x2

(XLT 7.3L Value) 4x2

(XLT 7.3L Value) 4x2

(XLT 6.8L Premium) 4x4

(XLT 6.8L Premium) 4x4

(XLT 5.4L Premium) 4x4

(XLT 5.4L Premium) 4x4

(Eddie Bauer 6.8L) 4x2

(Eddie Bauer 6.8L) 4x2

(XLT 6.0L Value) 4x2

(XLT 6.0L Value) 4x2

(Limited 5.4L) 4x2

(Limited 5.4L) 4x2

(XLT 7.3L Premium) 4x2

(XLT 7.3L Premium) 4x2

(Limited 6.8L) 4x2

(Limited 6.8L) 4x2

(XLT 6.0L Premium) 4x2

(XLT 6.0L Premium) 4x2

(XLT 7.3L Value) 4x4

(XLT 7.3L Value) 4x4

(Eddie Bauer 6.8L) 4x4

(Eddie Bauer 6.8L) 4x4

(XLT 6.0L Value) 4x4

(XLT 6.0L Value) 4x4

(XLT 7.3L Premium) 4x4

(XLT 7.3L Premium) 4x4

(Eddie Bauer 7.3L) 4x2

(Eddie Bauer 7.3L) 4x2

(Limited 6.8L) 4x4

(Limited 6.8L) 4x4

(XLT 6.0L Premium) 4x4

(XLT 6.0L Premium) 4x4

(Eddie Bauer 6.0L) 4x2

(Eddie Bauer 6.0L) 4x2

(Limited 7.3L) 4x2

(Limited 7.3L) 4x2

(Limited 6.0L) 4x2

(Limited 6.0L) 4x2

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2003 Ford Excursion XLT specs & colors

Sport utility, change trim.

  • 137" WB 5.4L XLT $36,435
  • 137" WB 6.8L XLT $37,020
  • 137" WB 5.4L XLT Premium $37,785
  • 137" WB 6.8L XLT Premium $38,370
  • 137" WB 6.8L XLT Limo $38,825
  • 137" WB 6.8L XLT 4WD $39,690
  • 137" WB 5.4L XLT 4WD $39,690
  • 137" WB 5.4L Eddie Bauer $40,510
  • 137" WB 7.3L XLT $40,750
  • 137" WB 6.8L XLT Premium 4WD $41,040
  • 137" WB 5.4L XLT Premium 4WD $41,040
  • 137" WB 6.8L Eddie Bauer $41,095
  • 137" WB 6.0L XLT $41,780
  • 137" WB 5.4L Limited $41,835
  • 137" WB 7.3L XLT Premium $42,100
  • 137" WB 6.8L Limited $42,420
  • 137" WB 6.0L XLT Premium $43,130
  • 137" WB 7.3L XLT 4WD $43,415
  • 137" WB 6.8L Eddie Bauer 4WD $43,610
  • 137" WB 6.0L XLT 4WD $44,445
  • 137" WB 7.3L XLT Premium 4WD $44,765
  • 137" WB 7.3L Eddie Bauer $44,825
  • 137" WB 6.8L Limited 4WD $44,935
  • 137" WB 6.0L XLT Premium 4WD $45,795
  • 137" WB 6.0L Eddie Bauer $45,855
  • 137" WB 7.3L Limited $46,030
  • 137" WB 6.0L Limited $47,180
  • 137" WB 7.3L Eddie Bauer 4WD $47,335
  • 137" WB 6.0L Eddie Bauer 4WD $48,365
  • 137" WB 7.3L Limited 4WD $48,540
  • 137" WB 6.0L Limited 4WD $49,690

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FastestLaps    5y ago

Let me think about a passengercar that could have worse fuel consumption than this....

still thinking

No. Nothing exists. Heavy, boxy (lots of aero drag), 4 wheel drive (drivetrain losses), biggest imaginable engine that uses petrol and has lots of moving parts (10 cylinders, engine friction losses).

Imagine running this in Europe with European fuel prcies.

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aaayy    5y ago

Ah, here we go. The most ultimate SUV ever made, tell Hummer to suck it. Sure they made a 6.0 turbo diesel with a little more power, but with this thing you can brag you have a V10.

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2003 ford excursion 6.8 v10 specs

2003 ford excursion 6.8 v10 specs


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