Question about 1995 Ford F350
Its hard to tell exactly whats going on here because it could be all sorts of thngs but I have had 93 with a 7.3 for a long time. I had a similar problem and found my gas lines were sucking air somewhere in the lines between the two tanks and the injection pump. Air in the lines creates havoc for a diesel and this sound slike the same problem to me. Try switching over to the other tank and see if it still does it. I run mine on my front tank only because of this. I beleive there may have been a recall related to something like this for the two tank models. Its is switch or something. Mine woould run rough down the highway and if you had to slow down or stop it might die if you didnt keep the rpms up. If it did die, it took it forever to start up. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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