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No start I've been driving this truck for a while and now it does not start at all. It just turns over. Is their a camshaft position sensor on this year?(Early 1994 non-turbo) Thanks in advance for your help.

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  • dan May 11, 2010

    are you getting fuel. sounds like it might be the fuel pump.

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Im gonna assume it's a IDI diesel (you don't say)but that year should
to see if it's gettin fuel try loosning one or two of the injector feed lines (on top of injectors) with a 15mm tube wrench and crank a few times
you should see wet fuel gush out
if not troubleshoot fuel system
if you got fuel you got internal problems(valves)

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