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F-350 no start


we did a scan of our F350 6.0L Diesel and the cam and crankshaft sensor codes came up. we changed both to new still not starting, need some sound advice for next step...

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Check wiring,the early 6.0 had problems with wiring harness chaffing and rubing through.

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