Join Date: Jul 2019
Feedback Score: 0 reviews
The problem happens every single time i turn the truck off when it is HOT. If i try to start the truck right after I turn it off, it will not fire back up. But, if i let it sit and cool down, it takes me 5-10 seconds to build the oil pressure back up to start it again. It's almost as if when i shut it off hot, the oil become less viscous and the LPOP cant keep up enough. Maybe I should just change the oil and filter again and see if it makes a difference.
My problem is NO START HOT. I also have a long crank when cold, which is because I have no oil pressure until 5 seconds into cranking, which i tested.
There's no way the LPOP is bad though, because if it was, I wouldn't be able to start the truck at all. Also, why would the HPOP be fine when it's cold, but not when hot?