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95 stroker won't stop turnung over

start by saying hi, i'm new, been over at ford trucks forum and just found you guys, anyways i have a 95 f350 4x4 diesel stick, just picked up. was supposed to be a no start problem but before i got to look at that i found this,, turn the key it starts turning over, let off key still turning over, pull both grounds it stops put cables back on its fine till you turn the key again, i swapped the ign switch with my spare, same thing changed selinoid on fender same thing, pulled starter took to retard auto had it tested it tested ( in the green) idk any ideas, next, fuel bowl full of fuel, no fuel presure at schrader valve, fuel pump or hpop? just want an idea before i start dropping dead presidents and swapping part i don't need, thanks
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when truck is acting up ,check to see if there is still voltage on the little wire on the starter solenoid on the fender , if there is still voltage then you have an ignition switch problem, the lock cylinder wouldnt have anything to do with the electrical part of the ignition system ,if you unplug the little wire whe its acting up then that would tell you also

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when truck is acting up ,check to see if there is still voltage on the little wire on the starter solenoid on the fender , if there is still voltage then you have an ignition switch problem, the lock cylinder wouldnt have anything to do with the electrical part of the ignition system ,if you unplug the little wire whe its acting up then that would tell you also
I agree. Also do this: Check to make sure your Start "hot" wire is not touching the case of starter. This will cause starter to stay running after tumbler has been released. In some cases it will crank over even w/o key and continue cranking even after vehicle is running. This is on high torque starters. Also check main ignition plug on column. Wiggle the big white plug that has lots of wires on it that is plugged into your steering column. This has been an issue in the older 7.3's.

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start by saying hi, i'm new, been over at ford trucks forum and just found you guys, anyways i have a 95 f350 4x4 diesel stick, just picked up. was supposed to be a no start problem but before i got to look at that i found this,, turn the key it starts turning over, let off key still turning over, pull both grounds it stops put cables back on its fine till you turn the key again, i swapped the ign switch with my spare, same thing changed selinoid on fender same thing, pulled starter took to retard auto had it tested it tested ( in the green) idk any ideas, next, fuel bowl full of fuel, no fuel presure at schrader valve, fuel pump or hpop? just want an idea before i start dropping dead presidents and swapping part i don't need, thanks
Fuel pump wise, does yours have a mechanical pump (on the engine)? If so I would replace that first.

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pulled small wire off fender selinoid still cranking, change the white ign switch on column with one from another truck same. dropped starter out had it checked, bench tested ok, but starter mountd selinoid had a crack near the small wire, and when you turn starter nose down the bendix falls forward. mech fuel pump on motor, i was thinking that, i'll check it out. thnaks
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pulled small wire off fender selinoid still cranking, change the white ign switch on column with one from another truck same. dropped starter out had it checked, bench tested ok, but starter mountd selinoid had a crack near the small wire, and when you turn starter nose down the bendix falls forward. mech fuel pump on motor, i was thinking that, i'll check it out. thnaks
The Bendix should not fall forward, replace the solenoid on the starter or the hole starter. If you buy a starter get a lifetime as they are big money and don't last all that great so the lifetime is worth the extra bucks.

On the pump, check pressure with the return crimped and see if it's the pressure regulator.

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