Question about 2006 Ford F 350 Super Duty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 f350 wont start if warm
It is Vapor Locking at the Pump. The O rings are Swelling too much and will not allow the fuel to leave the Pump or enter the Injectors.
Ford knows of this Problem. Call a Local Mechanic He will have to Fix the Problem
Posted on May 12, 2009
I had this same issue and luckily my F350 2006 was still under warranty. Basically there is a high pressure oil system that has a tendency to leak internally. You won't see any oil leak. When cold the oil has enough viscosity to keep the pressure sensor from not allowing the engine to start. When the engine is warm the system doesn't reach required pressure to allow the engine to start. In short it's a Ford dealer repair. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
What tells me, is that the thermostat is staying open after
your done using the truck
When you start it up cold, it takes longer to warm up the area
near the coolant temp sensor,which is part of the system
to put the PCM (computer) into closed loop
Closed loop is when you leave a computer fuel stratagy and
the O2 Sensors take over fuel control
Hard to start----
Need spark plugs that have not been in the motor over 60,000 miles
Spray the throttle plate with CRC Throttle Cleaner
Spray the MAF Sensor with CRC MAF Cleaner
Need all ducting in place,no vacuum leaks and a clean air filter
Make sure your O2 Sensors are tight
A fuel filter not over 3 years old
Hope the coolant temp sensors works correctly
Anything more gets too technical
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
SOURCE: 2006 f350 super duty diesel
these trucks use a oil fired fuel injector, if your high pressure oil pump has eccessive wear or if your oil to broken down from being run to long between oil change, it will not build enough oil pressure to fire the injector once the oil is thinned out from being hot. An oil leak in your high pressure oil system can cause same problem.
Posted on Jan 14, 2011
SOURCE: I have a 2006 ford
Not knowing your experience with diesel motors,if the glow plugs are not being allowed to cycle it makes starting the motor cold much harder. If it has a block heater package that also helps to plug in. Keeps the coolant warm and in turn keeps the motor warm.
Posted on Feb 10, 2011
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