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post #1 of 6 Old 10-22-2008, 03:34 PM Thread Starter
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2000 f25 7.3 no start

I ahve a 200 f250 came out the other morning and no start cranks fine just wont turn over. looks like i have good fuel pressure to the filter any ideas where to start
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Where are you located and what is the temperature outside when you are trying to start it?
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located in texas its been in the 70 lows 60`s
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Take a look at the cold side of the turbo, pull the boot off that connects to the airfilter. Look real close to see if the fins of the cold side of the turbo are bent and eroded. If so, you may have low compression, sand got into your motor. Ring and valve time.
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they look good, I see alot of people asking about the tach i dont see this one moving when i crank it could it be the cps sensor
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Or a fuse under the hood, sometimes a wire gets nicked and will blow a fuse.
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