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08" Ford F-350 diesel no start.

Truck has experienced issues with cam sensor failure so a new cam sensor was installed. Lift pump is working. Will not start using ether. No computer codes. Need ideas where to start looking. I do have a scanner with data stream capabilities. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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