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1989 Ford F-250 Diesel

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Posted by bill on July 22, 2000 at 16:39:32 from (

Anybody know much about diesel fuel systems. i just bought a Ford F 250 diesel 6.9 with a Baker Trubo. When the truck sits overnight it is hard to start. Once it is goin it will start right off all day. when i try to start it after sitting I turn on ignition and wait for "wait to start" light to go out. (it has glow plugs). Then i depress to accelerrator pedal 1/2 way as in manual and turn the engine over. the engine fires of and runs a few seconds and stalls. The i have to crank on it 2 or three times with accel depressed before it starts and runs. Fuel solernoid? Air in iinjector pump?? Fix ???

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