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I replaced oilcooler in 6lt 05 f350 diesel ran for 2mins will not start oil pressure showin on ipc fuel at cylnder heads tach moves when cranking no smoke at exhaust.

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    warlock61 May 11, 2010

    what was the ipc reading?

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How much oil press? needs at least 500 to start, also make sure your oils not low and it's 15w40

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