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extended crank after sitting for three hours
This afternoon, my truck was parked in a field for three hours after being driven earlier for about an hour and a half. When I went to go start the truck after sitting it cranked an unusually long time before finally sputtering to a start. Once it started it had a cloud of smoke and then idled and drove home fine. Just wondering what could have caused this? It was cold and windy all day. If I were to guess by symptoms, I'd say something glow plug related but I'm not sure.
SOLD--2003 F-250 RC/LB FX4, 6.0, 5R110, EGR cooler capped off at both ends, CAT EC-1, Rotella T6, Motorcraft fuel and oil filters, Amsoil in diffs/T-case, blue spring update, ScanGuage II, 5" Diamond Eye exhaust (not cat, no muffler
) 4" downpipe, Cooper Discoverer S/T's (LT265/75R16E).