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Old 10-17-2013, 08:37 AM
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Stopped to look at a chevy and wouldn't restart

95 F350 5 speed crew cab dulley.
Stopped off and set for 5 min. Went back and cranked but wouldn't start.
30 min later refired and been running ever since. In last 18 months we have replaced fuel filter housing (hole in bottom) all fuel hose with blue hoses from Ford,fuel pump,glow plug relay,water pump all hoses and clamps,P/S and vacumn pumps. I tow 11,k tagalong camper and by far it is the best towing and driving truck I have ever used. Any and all advice will be appreciated.

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Old 10-17-2013, 08:39 AM
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That's because it felt betrayed. Lol jp hope you get it figured out.
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Old 10-17-2013, 08:50 AM
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Well that sure sounds like a CPS. Try your spare if you got one. If that's not it, someday it will be and you will have spare.
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That's because it felt betrayed. Lol jp hope you get it figured out.


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Well that sure sounds like a CPS. Try your spare if you got one. If that's not it, someday it will be and you will have spare.
2nd this. CPS is usually numero uno check for a 7.3 no start, if that doesnt work Diagnosing a 7.3 no start
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Old 10-18-2013, 11:28 AM
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Replaced cam sensor still no start. Ran check list found bad maxi fuse 17 replaced no start. Truck started to crank slowly tested battery DS pulls down to 3 volt pass side battery showed no load.
unhooked both batteries and loaded individually and both held 11 volts.
Starter replaced 3 wks with O'Reily's lifetime.
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Old 10-18-2013, 12:36 PM
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Hard to decipher the above, but -- when you load test each battery separately with a load tester, they show okay? But when you hook 'em up and crank the starter, the driver's side battery voltage drops to 3V? I would say that means the positive crossover cable between the two batteries is shot, or one of the terminal/post connections on the driver's side battery is dirty/bad.

Prolonged proximity to Chevies can do this kind of thing....
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