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long crank time until oil guage reads

long crank time--recently replaced fuel pump and oil tubes-were next?
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Ummm on a tiller 2 stroke motor? What is this on?
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Maybe you're still cranking the air out. How long ago did you do this work?



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Ummm on a tiller 2 stroke motor? What is this on?
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Maybe you're still cranking the air out. How long ago did you do this work?
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its a 2005 6.0

If it was a tiller it would be fixed.It's been driven a day after repairs. The original problem was a little longer crank in morning ,then after warms up long crank time. Drives ok but on restart after warm long crank-I noted the gauge will wait to read 10 seconds or so then it starts.
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How many miles???
It actually sounds like the LPOP.
you might want to put an oil pressure gauge on the low side of the oil
and see whats going on.

Mechanical gauges are far superior to elec factory gauges when diagnosing.

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Large high pressure oil leaks will cause low low side oil pressure, causing the gauge longer to go up. Pressurize the high pressure oil side @ the ICP sensor to ensure you don't have any leaks.
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you might want to check out the high pressure oil rail dummy plugs on that year model and then check the hpop stc fitting but u need to air up the system using a adapter and acuate ipr you will be able to pin point the problem.
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