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low engine oil pressure

Good afternoon everyone, I just changed the oil on my 1999 F250 7.3 . I started it up and it ran for a few sec and shut off. I realized I didn't put enough
oil in now it won't start any ideas to get it back running without towing it to the dealership/.
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You prolly sucked air up into the hpop reservoir. Keep cranking it for about 5-8 second intervals so not to burn up the starter. This will refill the hpo rails in the heads.

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