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post #1 of 4 Old 12-07-2008, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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had a prop wit my 6.9

i have had my 69 for a long time and i love it. its not much to look at but it plows snow good and is cheap. i didnt have many problems before but today it was cold and it was running fine, but i wasnt fully warmed up and the engine raced and then died, so i pulled over and restarted it and it did it again. it would restart and then run for a while and then die. so i pulled the fuel filter and it was all ****ty and watery looking, so i got a new one, filled it up and then had to turn the truck over for along time and it started, then died. then i had to turn it over and it after a long time it started and it ran for about 3 minets and then i drove it about .3 miles and it died again. i went ot go start it agin and the batteries are dead. so i was going to recharge it and start over, but is there anything i should do.

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yea but i drained it and got new stuff someone tole me i had to hold the bleeder for a few minets after i change the filter
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