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P1209,p1212,p0340,p0470,p1211 pickup dies. changed fuel filter 2 times. bled where it come out of injecter pump. got a little air first time none the next time. . replaced cam sensor. replaced fuel pump on frame. can finely get it started but runs ruff and then dies. 7.3 1999 ford

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You should probably check your fuel pressure between the pump and the fuel bowl. my bet is that is is dropping pressure to zero causeing it to shut off just after it gets running. and there are several things that could cause that but the first to check is a return line valve on the side of the fuel bowl. that when pressure builds up it releases back into the tank and if it gets stuck open you will not have enough fuel pressure to run your truck. mine just did the same thing.

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Sounds like your injector pump is the fault.Have you changed the fuel filter If you have water in the fuel this would cause this problem.Try draining the fuel tank and adding fresh fuel.Hope that was helpfull good luck.

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