Question about Ford Cars & Trucks
Replaced Fuel pump, glow plugs, glow plugs controller, engine temperature switch, fuel filter & continuous vent with check valve. Also, checked fuel coming thru fuel pump and checked glow plugs to make sure they were ok. Why do I still have to crank the engine so long to get it started?
Instead of investing all that money for items that may not have had to be replaced, why not invest in the services of a qualified diesel mechanic? They should be able to isolate and correct your problem, and probably at a fraction of the money you have already spent. If this work was done my a 'qualified' mechanic, take it back and have it done right or file a claim against them, and report them to BBB.
Posted on Dec 07, 2016
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