Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
Don't know if this helps, but my brother has a '99 powerstroke and had a very similar problem. his wouldn't start unless you cranked it an abnormally long time. if i understood him correctly, your engine uses oil pressure to fire the fuel injectors and stores oil pressure in an accumulator to use on start up when the oil pump isn't making normal oil pressure. it turned out that his old oil pump wasn't putting out as much pressure as it should and thus wasn't charging the accumulator properly. he changed the oil pump and the problem went away. you might want to check this after you check the other things already suggested. i'm no expert, and i've never exprienced this first hand, but it's worth looking into. i couldn't tell you where the oil pump is or what it takes to get to, but i hope this helps. good luck.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Well with that it could be glow plugs , fuel injector pump, lack of fuel try priming it you do turn the key on and wait for a few seconds before you start it right?
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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