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I have a 2005 Ford F-250 6.0 Turbo Diesel,when leaving work the Truck Started up fine.no problems on the drive home,parked the truck. the next day whent to start the truck "nothing" just cranks, not even a sputter. first thing checked for water contamination,no water found. no caution lights on instrament panel.Sprayed a little bit of starting fluid, still nothing. can this be a fuel pump problem?

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It could be fuel pump the secondary one is the most common it is located on the side of the block. Did it sould different when it turned over? like faster turning over of the engine?

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