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cold start and coolent problems

every time i start my truck cold it cranks for way too long but once my truck is warmed up it starts right up.....as for my coolant problem, i bought a new coolant reservoir and cap from ford and it keeps blowing coolant out of the reservoir and i know im not over filling it... you guys got any ideas ??
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Looks like you have 2 problems, possibly a FICM problem, and leaky headgaskets. You need to monitor the sensors with a scangauge or torque app etc. You need to know what your FICM voltage is and what your ICP and IPR readings are with key on engine off, and after its started when cold, and when warmed up. 9 times out of 10 coolant puking is headgaskets.

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mine was puking the same way it was my oil cooler plugged. I hope its that simple for you too
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