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Old 12-16-2010, 03:30 PM
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Fuel Problems

I have a 2004 Ford F350 6.0L I've had it for three years now. The first year it was ok in the winter. last year had to change the filters once ran great all year. This year had to change filters and still having problems with it starting. i was thinking about changing the fuel system to an aftermarrket one. I know this may not be the problem but changing the filter on the rail is a pain n the butt. i draged it in the ford today and will find out whats wrong with it. i was wonder whats out there for aftermarket fuel systems for the super dutys whats the best way to go if anyone can help i would appreciate it. Thanks
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Old 12-16-2010, 03:38 PM
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The air dog system seems to be a fav. for many people. It may not even be fuel related. How old are your batteries?
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Old 12-16-2010, 03:52 PM
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batteries are about a year i got it to run for like a minute and then dies blows out alot of white smoke i had codes that came up one was a 2290 which is low injector pressure
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A P2290 refers to the high pressure oil system pressure being too low. It's not a fuel concern. It sounds like you have a high pressure oil leak somewhere in the system or a bad sensor.

Since you have an 04 truck we need to know if you have an 03 or 04 motor. Look on the passenger side valve cover and see if there is a sensor at the front of it. That would indicate an 04 motor.
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