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I have a v10 ford truck and I had an intermittent starting problem, sometimes start. And some times does not.

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SOURCE: 2000 silverado 5.3 intermittently won't

Most likely your fuel pump is about to go out. When the truck wont start listen around the fuel tank and see if you hear the fuel pump running ( will sound like a small electric motor). If you do not hear it hit the bottom of the tank with your hand and see if it starts running. These go out a lot. FYI If you have to change it yourself it is easier to pick up the bed instead of dropping the fuel tank. Hope this helps.

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It is possible that some of the glow plugs might not be working. This will cause a hard start and smoking condition especially in cold weather.

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SOURCE: 2001 V10 FUEL , MY TRUCK WONT START AND WHEN IT DID IT HASITATED

i have a 201 ford excursion for about 2 weeks i could not get it to start in the mornings it was hesitant and would take about 4 tries before it would start. i took it to the dealer and they said the battery was fine i ended up changing all the spark plugs and ignition coils and now the car wont start at all.. please help if anyone knows what it could possibly be.

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SOURCE: 2002 Frod F150 will not start sometimes

Yes, i would check the starter for lose connections.

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SOURCE: 1994 Ford Thunderbird v8 automatic. Intermittently won't start.

Sounds like a weak battery

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