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2000 ford excursion 7.3 diesel wont start

Burnes fuse 30amp location 30 fuse panel left of steering wheel. glow wait light not on . I changed the fuse but they burn out .???? thanks Ralph

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  • sarge444 Dec 07, 2008

    help me please!!!!! 2000 ford excursion 7.3 diesel won,t start 30 amp fuse burnes out location 30 in fuse panel what can it beeeeeeeeeeee????????????? help help my next stop is the ford company $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

  • Anonymous Dec 17, 2008

    1999 f 350 burns the 30 amp fuse on number 30 fuse box also what is it. drwahzoo@aol.com

  • Anonymous Dec 17, 2008

    1999 f 350 7.3 numer 30 fusr box 30amp fuse burns what is it

  • waltster50 Jan 18, 2009

    wont start when cold, or over night but starts when warmed up... 02 F450 SB

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    change switch and it burns up too.

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Hi.check the start selenoid on the pass side of the engine in the engine valley it has 2 battery connections and a little wire it turns on the glow plugs the wire might be comprimised look for the wire chaffing or insulation rubbed off. does it blow out immediatly or over time?

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