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Old 03-21-2009, 07:25 PM
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Post No start when hot/high oil temp

Hello, I have a 07 F450 6.0 130,000 miles auto 4.88 gears wheel lift(wrecker). Now the problems. The first time you start it for the day it cranks 2x longer than it used too(not a big deal). The truck runs fine but if you shut it off (once warmed up). It will not start up till cools down a little while like a hour. A friend of mine plugged his scanner to it and said it is not making enough HIGH oil press when cranking. I was told buy some people that it may be the O rings on the stand pipes. The truck also has high oil temperature like 240+ degrees on the interstate. The oil temp goes high with engine speed makes no difference loaded or unloaded. The truck has no engine mods other than egr cooler welded up after 3 of them went bad. Thanks in advance for the help.
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