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Long crank when warm, sometimes.

Exactly as the title says. If the truck is fully warmed up, and shut off for 5-15 minutes. Say I ran into a store, when I fire it back up, it takes a bit longer. Not much maybe an extra 3-4 revolutions probably not even a full second but to me it's still noticeable.

It's probably nothing, but has anybody experienced the same thing?

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Do you have a scan tool? Watch ICP while cranking.

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