Question about 2003 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab
Drove down the road and realized no oil pressure shut truck down, added oil and plug now have pressure but truck won't start
2003 Ford f-250 4x4 gas burner
any sugguestion what he should check for?
The oil is there to cool and lubricate the crank ( bottom end) and the cam shaft and valves (top end) the most likely out come is that you have (cooked) the engine, check to see if when you try to start dose the engine turn? if it dose then it could be the oil temp switch will need to be replaced. if the engine DOSENT turn then you have most probably welded the pistons to the block. seized the crank shaft or warped the head (head gasket) i hope this helps
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