Question about Ford F-350 Super Duty
The car starts and run but after short period of time it dies .This problem indicates problem in the fuel pump or clogged fuel filter.But in your case you have replaced this both possibilities .In your car their is CPS sensor.Did you got this sensor checked. A common problem with the diesel cars is that the CPS or crank position sensor goes out due to vibration. If the computer isn't getting a signal from the CPS, it won't allow any fuel to flow from the injection pump. Check the sensor.The sensor runs about $50.
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Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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