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Truck was running but just died while moving

Our 2005 Ford F350 with a Diesel was Running down the road when it just Died. The truck had no hesitation or nothing. It has fuel pressure because it filled up the fuel filter bowl. Thanks Donald.

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It sounds like it has a high pressure oil problem. does the oil pressure gauge come up while cranking? does it start when cold and not when hot? any check engine light?

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