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Does anyone else find their 2020 ram ecodiesel can take a bit longer to start sometimes or feels a lil rough? I'm wondering if I am being hypersensitive or it might be an injector issue. It doesn't throw any codes or anything.
 

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Is there a delay before it cranks? That's the glow plugs warming up, it fully automatic. With the push button or key there is no need to hold either to get the engine to crank to start.
How many different tanks of fuel has this "roughness" been felt? It could be the fuel, or changing weather conditions.
 

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No issue with mine.
 

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My B-I-L's 20 fires right up compared to my truck (mine is not "struggling" or "spinning" up for long though), of coarse our location may have more to do with this current early morning temps around 68~72 F ???? and neither truck seems rough running upon start-up, like crash68 mentioned/questioned any fuel supply changes???
 

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Does anyone else find their 2020 ram ecodiesel can take a bit longer to start sometimes or feels a lil rough? I'm wondering if I am being hypersensitive or it might be an injector issue. It doesn't throw any codes or anything.
sometimes YESS , feels like it takes longer than usual .
 

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My 2020 fires right up smooth as butter in any temperatures.
 
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Mine starts right up and runs great. There is a slight delay when you first push the start button, but that's the electronics going through their sequence and the glow plug pre-heat. Probably less than 15 seconds in warmer weather.
 

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Mine starts right up and runs great. There is a slight delay when you first push the start button, but that's the electronics going through their sequence and the glow plug pre-heat. Probably less than 15 seconds in warmer weather.
you have that long of a delay after you push the button? 15 seconds?
 

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There are glow plugs?
 
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