Join Date: Nov 2002
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Just driving the truck normally for 10-15 minutes will get all the air out of both the fuel and HPOP oil lines.
When you first try to start the truck for the first time during the day, pull the oil filter out and see if it is still dripping wet with oil, or if it is basically "dry". If its wet, then we know that oil is staying in the oil filter housing, if its dry, then the drain valve in the bottom of the filter housing may need to be replaced.
Do you have access to a good scan tool?
99 F350 XLT 4x4, Crew Cab, 19.5s, Cummins 12V powered, with a few mods, SBC DD clutch