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04 6.0 long crankovers before firing up

I am having issue with long spins of starter before truck starts after it gets to running it runsfine plenty of power andcranks everytime wants its warm. I thought my fuel fiters were dirty so ichanged them and the oil it was time anyway so thats out the way. I had it scanned and glow plugs and injectors and all passed no codes what else can i look for. I noticed if you cycle th key four times it fires right up.
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How long are you cycling the key ? till glow light goes out?

I would look at the ficm voltages.
Fuel pressure.
ICP values.


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Genuine Ford Fuel filter or aftermarket?
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cycling switch

I am trying to crank it as soon as light goes out.
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Internatinal fuelfilters
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I just got my motor back in my 2005 350 and hooked up and I'm having the same problem. I just did a refresh at 103,000

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I refilled the engine through the oil filter housing(15 qt) and it starts and runs and has oil pressure but nothing on the dipstick. Weird. Long crank then runs like a champ.
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A lot of people have trouble when they are using an aftermarket fuel filter. I would think that an IH filter would be the same as Ford but who knows? Get a genuine Ford filter to see if it works before you worry about what else it could be.
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Well, I changed my fuel filters and I think it fixed the problem. Also, I got 14.6 mpg towing yesterday!
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It could also be the wrong oil filter and or cap that leads to a long crank! Of course, you could have other issues that would require a monitor to see.

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