Question about 2005 Ford F 250 Super Duty
Cranks but only runs for 1 sec, have replaced fuel filters
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The HPOP (high pressure oil pump) is right under the filter housing. There are 2 lines that distribute the oil to the cylinder heads. The o-rings on those fittings go out. Kit is available from Ford or International. You will need a special wrench to get to the fittings though.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
The drain valve is attached to the fuel filter with 4 screws with the star head. You can use a correct size van allen wrench to unscrew these screws (which is hard to do with little space) and put your new drain valve in. The new drain valves have huge O rings that work better than the seemingly non existent washers that come from the factory. You will first need to take out your fuel filters and drain the filter body because when you take the water drain valve off, all the diesel will come out any way. This is a good time to take apart your whole fuel filter and clean it out good. An air compressor works great. Be careful with the plug in fuel heating element if you do take the plate off that it just under the filter (two allen screws). You can unplug it and clean the bottom of your filter housing so your water drain does not plug up with the stuff on the bottom of the filter housing.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
Possibly a crank sensor on or around the harmonic balancer, acts as a magnet like on an old buick. When you get the truck to fire up run it until she gets hot shut it and try to restart if no start continues try spraying starter fluid on the crank sensor itself. What happens is the sensor overheats and wont register that your cranking the engine. Spraying the starting fluid on the sensor will cool it dramaticlly enough for you to restart.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
this is an oil pressure problem, either a sensor is not sensing enough oil pressure, or the high pressure pump is not building enough pressure(possibly leaking or head is leaking). this engine requires 450 psi minimum oil pressure at the injectors to actuate the injectors.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
Michael- I just had the same think happen to my 2004 Dodge just yesterday. The dealership tells me it's the transfer pump, but it now requires it to be moved from the side of the engine to the fuel tank. The parts seem to be scarce, and may take a little over a week for me to get them here in Boston, and the total job is $1100. Hope you got your's fixed.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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