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95 powerstroke will not start

After changing the high pressure oil pump and regulator last year, motor started randomly shutting off at all speeds and immediatly started back. RPMs dropped to 0 and caught back up. This went on for a few months and finally it shut off and has not started back. There is fuel in the rails and oil pressure comes up normally.

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