Question about Ford F-250
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.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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