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Old 03-25-2014, 07:14 PM
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Exclamation hydrolock?? starter problem? new injector o rings, no crank.

I have a early 99 f250 224K
I purchased the truck knowing it needed injector o rings. I did the drivers side o rings no problem had the truck running after I put it back together. Then I did the passengers side which were more of a pain to get back in but I managed. Pulled glow plugs on the side I was working on and blew them out.

Now it will not crank very well, Yesterday I had it blowing some smoke until this happened. Now it cranks a little, starter grinds then pops out and runs free. I pulled the glow plugs on passengers side and still did the same thing. Could the drivers side be locked up some how?? or something else?

video of it cranking:
IMG_2001_zps4020165d.mp4 Video by Michael_Colbridge | Photobucket

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Old 03-25-2014, 07:45 PM
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I cant hear your video unfortunately


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did you have the sound on haha. it works fine on mine when I open the link.
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check the hpop level
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It's full . Starter grinds an dosnt want to turn the motor over. I will try pulling all glow plugs and see if it will crank. It cranks for a second then binds up/grinds then starter pops free and runs fast. Had starter removed and tested at orielly it was good.
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did you have the sound on haha. it works fine on mine when I open the link.
Maybe its an iphone thing. Ill check later on pc

How many times did you turn it over with the glow plugs out? It takes a few revolutions to blow all the oil/fuel out. Be careful grinding on it to much. You'll bend a rod if theres still oil in it!!!


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Put a breaker bar on the crank and see if you can spin it by hand.
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ok, pulled plugs and it turned over fine oil gauge went up rpms moved. did it maybe 3 times about 5 seconds each.
Immediately put in plugs and grinding sound returned without any revolutions like in the beginning of video.
My guess is not enough power to start??- had 13V with multimeter at batteries and they are like 2 weeks old walmart brand. I guess I will bring them in to get checked. I had them on a trickle charger (1.5amp on board battery charger).

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Sounds like broken tooth or starter disengaging while still turning (solenoid problem)

does not sound hydrolocked.
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Old 03-26-2014, 07:29 PM
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Sounds like broken tooth or starter disengaging while still turning (solenoid problem)

does not sound hydrolocked.
I had starter tested was good, it has a lifetime warrantee so it might just "break" some how if batteries test good.

What about the starter relay under the hood do those go bad??
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