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The cold weather might affect it - First, the glow plugs stay on longer based on oil temperature at start up. Second, the batteries are going to be weaker in cold weather and the load of the glow plugs probably pulls them further down. It theoretically could be an early warning sign your batteries are going south.
2003 F-250 XLT Crew Cab 7.3L, Chrome BigTex Grille Guard, Quad pillar - 3 ISSPRO gauges (trans, pyro, boost) and DP-Tuner F6; Roush fuel pressure / temperature / oil pressure gauges, Ford Severe Duty AIS, 31 row 6.0 transmission cooler, ScanGauge II, Marinco mod, Walker BTM, Full Force Stage 1 injectors
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