Question about 1993 Ford F250
It started dying at stop lights or whenever I push the cluch in and I had to pump it or floor it to get it started. Now it won't start. I losened the fuel line at the filter and there is fuel, so I losened the injector lines and there's no fuel. Thanks, Dyreck.
Just with what you have said I would say its time to drain and or replace your fuel filters (there are usually 2: a primary and a secondary)
There could be a clog in the fuel filter, kinked lines somewhere (so check the lines make sure they are working) you could have an internal fuel filter leak (so it just returns to the fuel tank) or a fuel leak elsewhere.
By the way, be careful with diesel fuel lines, depending on the fuel pump (mechanical or electric) pressures range from 3,000-25,000 PSI maybe even higher!
Check the lines, and drain or replace fuel filters and let me know what you got.
Hope this helps you out.
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