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Location: Moyock, NC
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cycle the key and listen to the fuel pump under the drivers frame rail. When it shuts off, cycle the key again. Do that about 5 times to make sure the fuel is there. Then just crank away. I killed my batts as well. I didn't think it would ever start. Then it fired up after about 45 minutes of cranking. It will have long crank times for a few days too. It has to get all of the air out of the system. Once it is running, drive it around for a while and that will decrease the amount of cranking in the future. Mine was back to normal in about 4 days.
05 F250 4x4 CC, 9.5" Rize/Icon, 38" Toyos, 20x12 Pacers, 5" MBRP, AFE stage 2, Cass 190s, Powermax, ELC w/filter, RCD EGR delete
04 Excursion 4x4, vacation bus
Project 1979 F250 6.0 powered in progress
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