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Hard starting cranks fine and starts after 20 seconds of cranking, is a sensor out?????

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Some vehicles when a certain sensor goes bad the computer in the car wont let the engine start until it knows that the engine has oil pressure. thats why it cranks for so long. the engine is building oil pressure from starting it. not sure what sensor it could be on your ford though.

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