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Wouldnt start!!??

Well this morning was the second time i had my truck plugged in over night, and this morning when i went to start it i unplugged the truck, got in, let the glow plugs do their thing and waited for the wait to start light to go off. once it did i started to crank it over and it made a ticking sound in sync with the engine cranking. i stopped cranking it and tried it again....same thing. i then decided to keep cranking it for a lot longer than normal and it started up. ran fine. went to the gas station, shut if off went in came out and it started fine no issues. after work the same thing happened, same sounds and no start. cranked it for a while and she fired up. ran fine. could this be glow plug related? relay, switch, what? its starting to get cold where i am at and need this fixed.

2000 F250 SD ex cab long bed
6spd trans
south bend 350hp-750lb/ft clutch
6 in lift with 37in Km2 BFG
4in mbrp turbo back single exhaust
TS 6 Pos Chip
DIY intake
SOON TO COME
new injectors
some sort of turbo upgrade
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no one has any ideas? i am pretty sure its the glow plugs or something related to it. just need to find out how to test the glow plug circuit to see what part is bad

2000 F250 SD ex cab long bed
6spd trans
south bend 350hp-750lb/ft clutch
6 in lift with 37in Km2 BFG
4in mbrp turbo back single exhaust
TS 6 Pos Chip
DIY intake
SOON TO COME
new injectors
some sort of turbo upgrade
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Check out nchornet's sticky on the 7.3 home page,there are steps to checking gp's and gp relay,very helpful.
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i found that after i posted this. very helpful.

2000 F250 SD ex cab long bed
6spd trans
south bend 350hp-750lb/ft clutch
6 in lift with 37in Km2 BFG
4in mbrp turbo back single exhaust
TS 6 Pos Chip
DIY intake
SOON TO COME
new injectors
some sort of turbo upgrade
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