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The power stroke engine has several things that will cause this problem #1 crank shaft sensor AKA cam shaft sensor on crank shaft located on passenger side of engine near crank shaft pulley # 2 IPC sensor Injection pressure control if has oil in sensor replace it & wiring pigtail .#3 high pressure oil pump not up to par. #4 injection pressure regulator solenoid they get sticky. with a good scanner that has FORD enhanced software you can check all of these without leaving the drivers seat and perform running tests on injectors and test the ficm module interface with the pcm. Fuel Injection Control Module & Power Control Module.
have you actually measured the fuel pressure with a gauge ? you may have fuel pressure to the eye but not enough to run. also is your fuel filter been replaced ? Your car could possibly be in theft mode also, which you would have to leave key on for 30 min. i believe, someone will have to clarify this for me. then shut off and cycle it again but not to start position. I will read up and get back to you
Check the wiring at the fuel pump assembly for corrosion, if the wires look ok, i would then move to the Crank and cam shaft sensors. if these sensors are not in good condition , it will cuase these actions.
if everythign checks out ok with the sensors, this will confirm a serious PCM issue.
If you have a GTP these engines use a hi output fuel pump. they use a fuel pump resistor located under the battery tray (look up from under the car) This resistor lowers the voltage to the fuel fump when not in boost mode. because of its locatoin it is prone to corrosion. if you bypass the wires and the engine starts and stays running replace the resistor