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Injectors continue to cycle after truck is turned off?

Working on an 03. After the truck is shut off the injectors will continue to cycle for about 10 seconds...... edited to add: also when you first turn the key on they cycle for about 2 seconds then stop while waiting for the glow plugs to warm. The truck is throwing no codes whatsoever at this time. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks
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FICM strategy, perfectly normal.

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FICM strategy, perfectly normal.
Ditto. I believe it was part of a flash the Ford incorporated to reduce/prevent injector stiction. Correct me if I'm wrong on this.

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Bring it to the nearest dealer or someone with an IDS that is up to date, to have the PCM/FICM/TCM recalibrated to the latest level.

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