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96 7.3 Died......

Fuel filter light came on and then it died it was about 6 degree's out, fuel jelled up??? i have new fuel filter and still wont start

96 ford f250 7.3 edge evo straight pipe (Blown up Junk)
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Start heating up the lines, the fuel filter housing and I even had to heat up my lift pump the last time to get it to start. I assume you already have 911 in the fuel tank and the fuel filter?

Good luck. It happened to me twice this year and I was running white power service the 2nd time. Will be doing the efuel conversion when I can afford it to limit or eliminate this in the future.

Jim

1994.5 Ford F350 CCLB, 7.3 with only 135k, 5spd. For now all stock except for a S&B CAI and a Diamond Eye 4" from the turbo back, 305/70/16 BFG A/T's on 16x12 MT Classic II,tonneau cover and added 3rd fuel tank/toolbox combo for an extra 48 gals
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Start heating up the lines, the fuel filter housing and I even had to heat up my lift pump the last time to get it to start. I assume you already have 911 in the fuel tank and the fuel filter?

Good luck. It happened to me twice this year and I was running white power service the 2nd time. Will be doing the efuel conversion when I can afford it to limit or eliminate this in the future.

Jim
what did u use a torch?

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and yes we run diesel clean gray and red bottle in all are Diesel's

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what did u use a torch?
Sorry. Yes a handheld portable butane or propane torch. I actually just keep it in the truck now.

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