bmzero Posted January 15, 2016 Report Share Posted January 15, 2016 (edited) Since I have owned the truck, it has started almost immediately after turning the key. Now, suddenly, after a perfect 2000 mile drive back from CA, it takes several (usually three, 10 second key turns) cranking attempts to get her going. After she runs a while, it will crank back up fine. The first time it did that, maybe yesterday evening, it was pretty cold, so I chalked it up to the temperature. It has been cold here in AL, down to 20 degrees, but this evening when it took a while to crank, it was about 50 degrees. Cold could be a contributing factor, but I would think 50 degrees was warm enough to not contribute to the cause. Any ideas? 2009 D16 Edited January 15, 2016 by bmzero Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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