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02 F250 Powerstroke almost starting then just chugging

I just replace CAM sensor looking at fuel filter next, where is it and how do I check it

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  • paige_mekelb Jan 21, 2009

    It is a 7.3 V8, I don't know what a crank pulley is and no I have only changed the CAM sensor nothing else, pretty much everything in this previouse response means nothing to me could you please explain in full sentences



  • Cesar Bikic
    Cesar Bikic May 11, 2010

    V6 or V8 look at crank pulley, bottom front possible timing problem.Do you have fuel getting in to motor?
    Have you look at the fuel pump?

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You got a 7.3liter diesel. First thing to do is make sure the oil is at the proper level and if its real dirty change it. Powerstrokes have to have correct oil level to start and it needs to be clean. Next I would change the fuel filter. If it still doesnt start you need to have the fuel psi checked it should be about 60psi key on engine off, 50-55psi running. If that checks correct you will need to hook it up to a diagnostic scanner and scan for codes, you could have an Injector Driver Module failure ($900), or a high psi oil leak in the system (to check that you need to look at the hi psi oil pid it needs to read 600psi to start. These motors are a bit complicated hope I helped some.

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