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Anyone in WI want to fix my no start?

Looking for a good tech to fix my 03 6.0 no start. Dont know if this is where I should be posting
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Can you give us some more info. Any other issues prior to not starting?

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It was taking two to three cycles to start then went to long cranks and almost no start when It was warm to now no start. I was getting alot of air in my fuel resivoir. I replaced the hfcm cause It was making a weird sound and I needed the cap for the oil cap. Now I have a p2258 icp low circuit. I live in Fredonia its about 1/2 hour north of milwaukee I have most tools and A heated garage. I dont have a scanner to read live data or gauges to see fuel pressure or oil pressure naybody interested
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Have you ever had the ICP sensor and pigtail connector replaced before? If not, you likely need it now. For what it's worth, I have had some '03 trucks with repeat ICP sensor failures before, due to its location where it is subjected to high heat under the turbo. For this reason, it is very important to re-install the heat shield after replacement.

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