you have cold start enabled ? i use the good old snow broomTEX;470170 said:how about some vids of those diesels with a cold start.
here one to start.........
hahahaha!!!NBI Lawn;476455 said:Why is that all these trucks are near a garage, which I assume has power run in it, but these people would rather video their trucks to see if they start when its ass cold out then just plug them in for an hour ?
I can say that I love my Dodge, starts all the time and doesnt complain. That video of the 6.0 was just how they start, it wasnt cold out , POS
Ford should have never gotten rid of the 7.3!!!!!:realmad:MaineF250;476818 said:I agree, the 6.0 powerstroke is helpless in the cold. I used to work part-time for a wrecker company and we had five 6 liters and they all needed at least 15 minutes to warm up before they would even move, they were pretty sad.
I hav, however had any trouble cold-starting any of my 7.3 powerstrokes, had to fire up my SD this morning when it was -5 and she purred like a kitty
I'm not sure how cold it was or why it started like that! My 06 6.0psd has had no problem starting in the cold. They way that truck sounded, it sounds like an old 7.3 non turbo.Cummins_47re;476172 said:This is the same guy from the 3rd vid down on new guys post of the Dodge cold start. Check out this 6.0 Powerstroke! and then go back and watch the Dodge. You can see this ford in the background!
Its for sure a 6.0. the temp was -20J&R Landscaping;477700 said:I'm not sure how cold it was or why it started like that! My 06 6.0psd has had no problem starting in the cold. They way that truck sounded, it sounds like an old 7.3 non turbo.