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Old 02-10-2014, 08:22 AM
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rough idle when temp under -30

Everytime I start my 2011 f250 6.2, with ambient temperature at -30 or colder. I get an extremely rough idle for roughly 10 to 30 seconds in length. Sounds like it is running on only 4 cylinders, then you I will hear a popping noise and it idles normally after that. My guess is an exhaust restriction of some sort, maybe egr valve related. It never throws a code during or after the rough idle. Also doesn't matter if its plugged in or not. Any ideas? Also truck has roughly 100k miles on it.
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Old 02-10-2014, 08:59 AM
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I'd change the oil to full synthetic 0 /20
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Mine did this for the first time yesterday. It only idled rough for about 5 seconds but this is the first time. I run royal purple 5/20. I usually plug my truck in but didn't have it plugged in yesterday. It was -24C.
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I run full synthetic 5w20 with an oil pan heater, so I don't think oil flow is my issue.
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Could it be the gas blend ?
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Interesting, mine does not do anything like that even at -35.
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Everytime I start my 2011 f250 6.2, with ambient temperature at -30 or colder. I get an extremely rough idle for roughly 10 to 30 seconds in length. Sounds like it is running on only 4 cylinders, then you I will hear a popping noise and it idles normally after that. My guess is an exhaust restriction of some sort, maybe egr valve related. It never throws a code during or after the rough idle. Also doesn't matter if its plugged in or not. Any ideas? Also truck has 100k miles on it.
Omg, will it start at -30 when not plugged in. If Its that cold, I don't even want to get out of bed. Global warming my ars.
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