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post #1 of 5 Old 01-29-2011, 09:22 AM Thread Starter
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995. f350 oil probelms

Ive been searching the forums for my exact problem, and i've found alot of info. I'm just rying to make sense of alot of it.

My 1999 F350 is hard to start, but runs fine. Within a minute of stopping, it is hard to start again. I checked the hpop reservoir and it was empty, i pulled the check valve plug and looked at the spring and ball, I saw no problems, I also removed the hpop resivior and check for a cracks in it that would allow oil to drain back, no problems.

What else could cause this?

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Mine does the same thing. It started when it ran out of fuel one time. Ever since then it has to turn over probably 8-10 times to start and it is harder to start when it is warm.

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Mine has to turn over about 20-30 times to start. If you shut it down and immediatly restart its fine, let it set for a minute and it is hard to start.
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So the reservoir suppose to have oil in it when not running?
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Yes, the oil level should be about 1 inch from the top.
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