Question about 2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty
My tractor that is a Long brand 446 died in the field and i thought it was out of diesel so i filled it up but it still didn't start. so i replaced the fuel filters 2 of them and it will start but just for a minute. what can i do now.
I am assuming the tractor is a diesel unit. There will be what they call a banjo bolt coming off the injector pump. Fuel passes through this piece. Some of them have a little plastic screen inside them that gets clogged up with debris. Remove the banjo bolt and remove the screen and blow it out with compressed air. Then use you lift pump to manually prime the system before starting. Good luck.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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