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If it is not your FICM or your oil filter/cap the only other things that I can think of would be to use some lower viscosity oil and check you battery voltage under load. Right now I am using 15W40 oil and I think that causes mine to crank slightly longer so at my next oil change I will probably go to a lower viscosity oil. Also, when was the last time that your fuel filters were changed?
2004 F-350 King Ranch built 3/24/04
4" lift, 5" MBRP TB back exhaust
,ported intake, 05-07 intake horn
Firestone airbag suspension in the rear with on-board compressor
Monitored with Edge Insight CS, tuned by Gearhead
high idle mod, Atlas 40 FICM tune, Cat ELC,
2008 taillights, 08 mirrors, smoked marker lights, harpooned fuel tank, DIY headache rack, Bushwacker fender flares
Last edited by Ford_Fan1; 07-20-2013 at 07:47 AM.