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My 2005 6.0 diesel f250 takes a little longer to fire compaired to the new diesel motors, how long is it supposed to take? or am i having a relay problem?

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If you are talking about the new ford ford 6.4 diesel or cummins or duramax, it will take a little longer. They are common rail and pressurize the diesel directly with a pump, the 6.0 uses high pressure oil to pressurize the diesel in the injector. Because of the extra step it can take longer to start the engine.

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If it takes more than about 45 seconds. U could have a dummy plug on the oil rail leaking, or ur high pressure pump is fixing to go out.

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