Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
Check your oil resevoir level, there is a plug at the front of engine on top of the oil resevoir housing which is in front of the fuel filter, remove that plug and check the level, if the resevoir isnt full then you likely have an o-ring failed on one or more of your injectors. Unfortunately without the special tools that us Diesel techs have your only option would be to pull the valve covers and pull each injector out and check the o-rings. If your not sure how to do that you may want to invest in a manual or take it to a dealer. I am a Ford Diesel technician and have seen this problem on a lot of trucks. You can also remove the ipr solenoid from the valve and verify that it isnt full of corrosion, and compare the resistance to spec, they usually check out around 10Ohms, spec is 5-20ohms
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
Needs to have oil to fire the injectors. Check oil level first.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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