Question about 1999 Ford F350 Regular Cab
I'm currently trying to get an F350 to start that hasn't being running in a while. I've changed the batteries, when I went to start it again the engine was turning over but it wouldn't start. We are planning on changing the fuel filter, but are wondering if it won't start because of the fuel heater/injector fuse.
If its got glow plugs chk. with test light make sure there working, also there might be a fuel shut off selanoid that works from the key, when you turn the key it opens to let fuel flow to start, and shuts when you turn key to off, test light that too. And of course chk. all fuses and relays. New fuel filter is a must. Just make sure you fill filter with fuel before you install it. Its been awhile sense its run, its most likely lost prime, maybe a little either will help it pick up, but just a little. you don't want to blow the heads off it.
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