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7.3 won't start when hot


Created On Tuesday May 27, 2003 14:32 Diesel Talk
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Blueracer36
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I have a 94 F350 with the turbo 7.3 (non direct injected) with 73k on it. The trouble I'm having is that it will not start when the engine is warm. It starts when cold and runs fine, but after it has been shut down for a short time (5-10 min.) it will not start again until it cools down (usually 4-5 hrs). I have changed the fuel filter and checked to see that it is pumping fuel into and out of the filter so I don't think the transfer pump is the problem. I cracked one of the injector lines (when it was hot) and it is not pumping any fuel at the injector. I have also checked the solnoid on top of the pump and it "clicks" when the elect. line is removed and rehooked. Also have taken the top off and it is full of fuel, so I am getting fuel to the injector pump. Any thoughts or advice? Thanks Don
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busybart3
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Hi there.Check the Ford Diesel section.This problem is discussed at length.Probably your fuel pump,(Stanadyne)
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