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Old 08-05-2007, 07:40 PM
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Starting problems and more!

When i first start my truck in the morning it struggles to idle and sounds like it isnt hitting on all 8 cylinders, it was worse then i changed the fuel filter and it almost cured it. It will miss for a bout 5 - 10 seconds. What do you think? Glow plugs? I am new to diesal so i am in the dark. My 2nd problem is my doors dont like to lock, i read a post on here about acutuators? Please tell me how to fix it. And last and most recent when i start my truck my blower wont run at all with it on max a/c, and maybe 5-10 miles it will start to work, and last nite it would only blow air out on reg a/c but the blower would barely blow out and it was set on highest blower speed? Switch, relay? My truck is 2001 CC SB Auto w/ the 7.3L
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Old 08-06-2007, 02:12 AM
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bump for some help. my experience with the actuators is they all go out in ford truck you just have to replace them best bet is to buy the cheap alarm door actuators i have a link i can post it tomorrow.
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Door Lock actuators

There you go, a link to the actuators repair, hope that helps you out.

Sometimes the heater/air is affected by a vacume leak, but if the blower itself is not working properly, then you may be right and have a problem with the switch, or the blower itself. Sounds to me like you have a bit of an air leak into the fuel system, or a drain down problem overnight, air will cause it to run lousy for the first little while until it is run out of the system. But I am not a tech, so don't take that as gospel, just my thoughts on the problem.



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Thanks for the link
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