Question about Ford F-250 Super Duty
Check the Engine Coolant Temperature sensor. If it is faulty or disconnected, it will tell the engine computer that the engine is still fully cold even when it is actually warm. The computer will then schedule too much fuel for a warm start--flooding the engine. You wind up waiting for the excess fuel to evaporate and the engine to cool down some and "match" the faulty sensor before it will start.
Another possibility is a leaking fuel injector. Again, a warm engine with too much fuel dripping from an injector will flood.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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