Question about 2006 Ford F 350 Super Duty
This has been going on since Aug. '11. Replaced the IRP and this week they replace the hicm. It will not do it when the repair shop has the truck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a no start problem with my 1995 7.3L and checked the wiring connectors to the valve cover gaskets to the injectors. One of the terminals (out of five) is burned out on at least two connectors. I'll replace both gaskets and repair the connectors and let you know if that fixes it.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
first check the oil and see if it is full. the injectors are fired by oil pressure so check those things first.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
no wait to start light is a good indication that you need to check you glowplug relay and harness. Make sure you have 12V in and out of the relay. Also if you can check to see if you have good continuity to ground through your glow plugs. This is kind of hard to do on this engine, sometimes it is OK just to check the AMP draw for the leff and right group of wires. Do this by putting an AMP clamp around all 4 wires to the left and right bank. Wait about 45 sec. for the relay to click off (if it clicked on) and then record the amps right before the relay turns off. Let me know what the amp draw is and I can check it against the spec sheet. Se you amp clamp above 100 amps, it might start around 60A and end up around 36A if I remember correctly.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 f350 wont start if warm
It is Vapor Locking at the Pump. The O rings are Swelling too much and will not allow the fuel to leave the Pump or enter the Injectors.
Ford knows of this Problem. Call a Local Mechanic He will have to Fix the Problem
Posted on May 12, 2009
Diesel Shop was correct may be blowby or may be to much pressure on your combustion chamber and it could be a head gasket going. I would do a compression check just to be safe. It's simple the cooling system check fits onto where your radiator cap goes and refer to a technical manual on your max pressure on your cooling system. I would do this just to be better off safe than sorry you know.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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