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As long as there are no problems with the engine, it should start with no throttle. Once it drops below freezing I plug in the block heater overnight and that really helps and the engine cranks over much faster. If I forget to plug it in, I give just a little throttle, maybe 10% and hold it there while cranking.
Also, once it starts up I tap the throttle a little and it goes to a high idle. Once the idle drops down to normal on it's own, then I start working with it plowing and hauling.
94 F-350 IDI DRW 4x4 Dump Truck
Now where's that fuel pump screw...
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