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My2005 f250 6.0 l diesel will crank but not start and run

I replaced fuel filters and I drove for about 4 miles and when I cut if off it will not start back?

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  • simtechguy Mar 19, 2009

    Parked it on Friday, would not start Monday Morning. No codes in OBD-II, good fuel, good glow plugs.

  • jamesbutcher Mar 24, 2009

    2005 F250 Superduty Dielel. Starts when cold just fine. Starts fine within a couple of minutes after stopping engine but very difficult to start after 10 minutes to about 1 hour after shutting down. Can anyone help identify potential problems?

  • Corey Greene May 11, 2010

    Ok, here are some simple things you all can do. First just turn the key on, does the wait to start light come on? Do you hear the injectors cycle? Does the water in fuel light stay on? Next check and see if you have any smoke while cranking. Is the cranking RPM around 250RPM? How much lube oil pressure do you have? Sometimes GD is right, if your crank or cam sensor is going bad it can act like this. It could also be a high pressure oil problem. It seems like every solution I post mentions this but I work on these every day and it is the most common problem with a variety of causes. If you can start and run cold but it shuts off hot it could be the oil thinning and passing through an o-ring seal, but it could be a lot of things. Answer some of these questions and I can help from there.

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Possibly a crank sensor on or around the harmonic balancer, acts as a magnet like on an old buick. When you get the truck to fire up run it until she gets hot shut it and try to restart if no start continues try spraying starter fluid on the crank sensor itself. What happens is the sensor overheats and wont register that your cranking the engine. Spraying the starting fluid on the sensor will cool it dramaticlly enough for you to restart.

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