More 6.0L cold star issue, hopefully fixed.
Since I bought my truck used it has always had cold start issues. The dealer had it two times. Did nothing, until now. This time they found out that the truck had been used as a snow plow. All that snow crammed in the grill rusty stuff. I.E. the problem, the Cam position sensor was completely rusted and not working. It sent to signal. So the engine doesnt know what cylinder to fuel at start up, so it sends no fuel at all. The tech had to drilled into to it to rip it out it was so bad.
So if your 6.0L doesnt start in cold weather well (or at all) the Cam Position Sensor is something to check. Hope this helps some.
-2003 Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT 6.0L Powerstroke, RC, LB, Delta pro tool box, S&B cold air intake and intake elbow, 3 1/2" downpipe to 4" pipe to 6" mitre cut Grand Rock stacks, EGR delete, EGT, Boost, Trans. Temp., and volt autometer gauges, added cab lights, lots of small stuff, 106,500 miles.
More to come, I have a LONG wishlist.