Question about 1985 Ford F350
I have a 2003 F350 6.0 l diesel engine. The symptom is that it's very difficult to start when it's cold out. And it takes 5 minutes or so of warming up before I can drive it. But if I plug in the block heater, it starts easy and I'm good to go right away. I'm guessing I need to replace the glow plugs. How do I do this? I have heard that if they fall apart during dissassembly it can be a disaster. Is that a possibility (a marine told me this who worked on Hummers in Iraq). Thanks for you advice.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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