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I been noticing that my truck takes longer to start than usual if the outside temp is around 75 - 80 degrees she fires up without a problem. Anything below 70 degrees you will have to lay on the starter for about 10 seconds tops till she fires up. I did notice a slight white haze come out of the tailpipe. Trying to figure out if its the glow plugs any input would be greatly appreciated.
 

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You need a monitor, read the tech files. Has nothing to do with glow plugs. Could be ficm.

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