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Sounds like worn clutch disc.

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Feb 12, 2018


As you can see the handle is spring loaded. Is the handle frozen? # 7 appears to be control cable, is the cable frozen?
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1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Nov 22, 2017


The cruise control system is controlled by engine vacuum, like many other engine components. A split in one vacuum line can cause an array of devices to stop functioning properly. A visual inspection is usually the best way to start, but vacuum gauge is the best way to determine if all the lines are receiving proper vacuum. They branch out from the vacuum tree, adjacent to the throttle body. The tree feeds various vacuum controlled devices, boosters, and solenoids. Older vacuum style cruise control systems have a large control actuator which can be tucked away between the engine block and the inner wheel well. Here is an illustration which may help.

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It also doesn't hurt to check the fuse or relay for the cruise control system

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Apr 02, 2017

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You may have a bent crank. start the engine and watch your harmonic balancer pulley, See if it is smooth or kind of wonky . Don't know if wonky is a word, but a bent drive shaft would create a lot of new words! It actually may look like it is bent or very shaky.

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Feb 15, 2016


Should do line them up and see if there's an differance.

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Oct 04, 2015


On what vehicle? ?

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Aug 02, 2015


Hazard switch on what?

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Aug 02, 2015


Is it possible that during the process some wires for the emission system came in contact with the heat and burned them? This could easily cause a short and burn out the ECM or a fuse.

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Apr 28, 2015


It is worth ensuring the glow plugs are actually receiving current by attaching a test lamp during the starting process. Heater plug timer relays can cause problems.

A good cranking speed is necessary for good cold starting and also good injector spray patterns and break-off pressures. Bad spray patterns and low pressures, slow cranking and fuel drain-back are common problems.
Low compression pressures can also be a problem. If the other stuff has been checked and found to be ok it is worth having them tested.

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Feb 25, 2015


I think you nailed it with the amount of time you glow plug light. It should stay on until you engage or it should be timed to stay on longer.

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Feb 25, 2015


on the bottom of the washer fluid bottle.

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Feb 11, 2015


Ford has fiber gears that have a tendency to grind away and no longer work, requiring replacement.

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Feb 02, 2015


Unless the pump has been moved the timing wont have changed. if it has a hand throttle make sure it has closed , check the accelerator cable is not binding, and the air flap in the throttle body is closed . Other than that the governor may be at fault.

1993 Ford F250 | Answered on Dec 27, 2014

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