Question about Ford E-Series
Hi again. My first guess here would be fuel pump. First check your oil level to see if the diaphram is busted and letting fuel into the crankcase. That's a dead giveaway of a bad pump.
Even if you don't find fuel in the oil, I would still crack loose a fitting on the high pressure side of the pump either at the pump or the injector pump and crank the engine to see if there is fuel pressure. If you have fuel pressure, then I'm probably not the right guy to help, as I have limited diesel experience. Other guys can chime in on this request--you don't have to enter another one to get their help.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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