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TRUCK WILL CRANK WILL NOT START FICM HAS JUST BEEN REPLACED FUEL PUMP IS OPERATIONAL

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Why was injector module replaced and has the high pressure oil system been checked unless 500psi. minimum is seen it will not start the high pressure pump is located at rear of the valley under turbo pedestal

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How did you check your FICM? Does it have 48 Volts?
If you have a scanner, does the computer show RPM? If not it could be the crank sensor.
Is the Crank Sensor and Camshaft Sensor in SYNC with one another?
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You can get the wiring diagram at www.alldatadiy.com and it will have all the codes and will have the information to test before you order the parts, also have you replaced the fuel pump? fuel sock? it also has two pumps a primary and the secondary check for fuel rail pressure, to test injector remove injector wire and test with digital ohm meter test the power post of the injector to ground. if it read 5 ohms or less it is ok. Have you checked the glow pulgs and glow plug timer is it stuck on removing power from injectors, need more information to give you a better answer.

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