i have 1993 ford f250 7.3 IDI non turbo i ran it out fuel i had to bleed the injector lines to get it crank back up it ran well the next time i crunk it up it runs rough and blows lots of white smoke that smells rich this is my first deisel truck i really dont know what to do next so i really need some help thanks
Is it hard starting ??
Does it die after it starts ??
Does it clear up after a few minutes ??
FYI, Bleeding is done at the Schrader valve on the Filter head, it is unnecessary to crack injector lines, once the air is out of the system up to and including filter, the Injection pump will bleed itself in just a few revolutions of the motor.
Yesterday when i first bleed it did start smooth two hours later it started rough i bleed again it ran rough today i bleed again it ran rough then i noticed the hoses that connect the injecters was dripping fuel so i fixed that. now idles smooth and runs down the road smooth but while in park if i rev it up and let all the way off it goes died.it will crank right back up every time. it does not go dead coming to a stop though.
air intrusion huh it may have a slight knock =if so what does that mean? thanks for the welcome im already enjoying this site i really need to get this truck back on the road any ideas on how to tackle this air intrusion?
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