Question about Ford F-350
I would not advise this job be done at home, there is allot of spilled fuel and if no done right u will end up with a no start (see lots of posts on this problem) from air in the lines, bleeding the system is difficult and not a job for a do it yourself mechanic, you will almost certainly end up having it towed to the dealer for a crank no start. I am a 25 year Ford dealer tech, so very sure on this answer.
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