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6 liter refuses to re-start when warm

6 liter diesel refuses to re-start when warm , cranks ok but feels choked for fuel , after 20-30 minutes of cool down , re-starts as if everything is fine , does lope in idle between 740-780 rpm , thought the 2005"s were past fords growing pains.

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