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6.0 f250 2005 turns but not start

I have a 2005 ford f250 6.0 dsl, and it cranks but does not run, already replaced both batteries, high preassure oil switc and ignition switch, checked for continuity in both fuse links coming fron batteries and every fuse is ok, also checked fuel cut off switch and is good, i put a scanner but no codes come up, please help

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Check the ipr under and behind the turbo on the hpop. If the screen has a hole get a new one but u might want to checck the screen under the oil cooler. If it has a hole it will blow out the ipr again.

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If it is a standard clutch saftey may be bad if automatic nuetral saftey,
Try auto in nuetral and wiggle shifter while turning key

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Do you have oil in the turbo? you need to put oil in it if you want the damn thing to start. or else the ***** will never start. it is a smallbolt in a star shape on top of the engine closer to the radiator. unscreew it and put oil in there if it's diesel. as far as i understand from you.

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