Question about 1994 Ford F350 Crew Cab
My F350 ran perfectly all morning, but when I went to take it out in the evening it started then shut off on its own. I don't think its the battery cause its turning. It just wont start. What do you think it is?
I had a similar problem. My truck would start fine until it sat after running a while and I shut it off for ten minutes or so.The engine heat heat would rise to the deisel fuel injection pump and the truck would whirl over when I tried to start it, but it would not fire. There is a spring in the fuel shutoff on the injection pump that expands with heat and, as it gets older, sticks so that the solenoid doesn't open. I found that a small amount of cool water poured on the pump would cool it enough to start.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
Check the fuel pump relay,its 1 or the other on the LEFT side next to the fender,there should be 3 side by side...i think its the geen relay but not sure..or its the brown one,,tap on them with a screwdriver handle,and see if it starts,replace with a new relay
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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