I didn't think that AD trucks had starter solenoids. Isn't that why the
starter button is on the floor?
>This sound off the wall, If you are getting fuel in the crab. and it still
>wont run, replace the starter solenoid. I had a ford, I know, that stop
>run wait a few min, it would start again. This was a company truck and I
>was on a trip across Texas. I had 5 mechanic look at it . They replace
>points, condenser, fuel pump filter etc. An old man 75+ mechanic in
>Flatonia TX ford house, diagnosed it right, starter solenoid. Replace
>and had no more problems.
> >Yesterday afternoon I experienced what I assume was vapor lock.
> >Thanks for any help.
> >Brad Newman
> >49 3100 Deluxe
> >24 1 ton
> >Coppell, Texas
51 1/2 ton 5 window
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