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ok so went to take out the 05 f250. been sitting in. basement for 4 days really hard to start almost like its cold starting with weak battery and air in fuel lines... ficm 47.5-48v batt 10.8v. ect. and eot temp 2* apart injection president 1k to 2k at normal driving once it finally starts it runs perfect batt. runs at 13.9v... I'm monitoring everything with cts ... was wondering if these 6.0 has a glow plug relay like 7.3 or any one had this problem hem selves. thanks
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running Eric's xreme race tune from x3 if that may matter
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Are you saying the bat volts were 10.8v?

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yeah when it was trying to crank up thought it was little bit low mpt so bad it would cause it to do that but I could be wrong
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Oh when you were cranking.... Yea, thats normal. It can drop like that after a few seconds when cold and GP are on.

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Shows up glow plug 1 and glow plug 2 code now... could 2 go bad together at once or is there a relay that controlls them
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