Question about 2005 Ford F 250 Super Duty
I replaced fuel filters and I drove for about 4 miles and when I cut if off it will not start back?
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.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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