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Old 08-18-2010, 06:03 PM

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I have a 94.5 powerstroke 135,000miles.. I asked this question to another person that has a diesel truck and he thought it was normal, OK here is the question is a normal to start a diesel truck up and in the morning back out and start up my black top incline and now have power, Just creeps up hill?? once i get to the top of my 500 ft drive way and i take off on main rd and go threw the gears its fine... Is this normal?? ive pull out of garage and have let it idle for 5 min and then take off and its seems like it pulls the hill pretty good... whats up with that?????
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Old 08-19-2010, 06:18 PM
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mine does the same thing...not sure why, but it maybe a built in type thing to let the engine run a few before full power is available.
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