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Early 99 f350 no start...

I have this 99 cclb srw. I got into a wreck with it in 2006 messed the cab up some but didn't have time to fix it. It ran perfectly even after, but now sat for 6 years. Threw a new set of battery's new fuel and filters and well it tries to start seems like just one cylinder only. Do injectors gum up from prolonged non use? Any ideas?
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If it sat for six years, there could be several problems including stuck injectors, gummed up fuel lines, oil could be bad....electronics could be shot....you would really need a scan tool to monitor cranking ICP and do a buzz test....

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I'd change oil and get a lot of new fuel in the tank and then probably just crank on it a lot.



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New oil, fresh fuel, no codes.... think I may drag it some get it spinning a little faster
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you get a WTS light on the dash right?

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Yea WTS light was on fuel pump and everything functions.
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If its trying to fire on one injector then check the uvch. You might as well take the valve covers off and see if the injectors at spitting oil while trying to start.


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Try filling the HPOP reservoir with oil. After setting that long it will crank a long long time to get the HPOP pressure up. Find someone with an AE analyzer and do a buzz test first and look at the IDM for codes. Look at the ICP voltage feedback. If you have no voltage above .22 volts you have no HPOP pressure. With fuel and HPOP pressure it should start. You can use a little starting fluid--sparingly--to get it started. That will build the HPOP pressure a lot faster than the starter. I have had to juice it several times to get one started after changing the injectors. Do not over do the juice.
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I never thought of filling the Res. I'm gonna try that when I get a few min
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Unplug the GPR before you ether it, please



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