Question about 1990 Ford F350
My initial thought is that the fuel is bleeding down because the "O" rings are leaking or the fuel lines are venting. This causes a dry start.
You should check your glow plugs and the timer for the glow plugs. In particular the timer should stay on longer for colder weather. I understand that since 1985 Ford has come out with a heavy duty timer that will stay on longer and really heats the glow plugs.
Also check your battery voltage. The glow plugs can't get hot without proper voltage.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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