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A lot of diesel owners say you have to plug your truck in once it gets cold . Usually I have found that is because they have had one prob or another that they didn't know about . Either weak batteries , bad grounds , dirty battery cables / terminals , bad glow plugs , gp relay , and so on . Our trucks are designed to start without being plugged in . The plugs are there to help but are not a necessity . Your truck should crank fast for several min if you wanted it to (I don't recommend this) but it should be able to .
07 F-250 Outlaw , Rough Country 6 inch lift , 37-13.5 R20 Nitto Mud Grapplers , MBRP 5" Exhaust , 08 Mirrors , S&B intake , 5% Tint sides and back , 35% windshield .
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