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sometimes i use a heat gun on that pipe at the connection. softens it up a little. a handheld propane torch works as well, but be careful! justwant it heated slightly.
also, you really shouldn't be using starter fluid on a 6.0l. it's not the same as an old 7.3.
it's going to run for a second. all that tells you is that your problem is a lack of fuel to the cylinders. there are a multitude of possibilities.
if you crank and crank and the oil pressure gauge doesn't move, it's either a large leak, like a blown off stc fitting, ipr valve stuck/damaged, lpo pump, hpo pump.
at this point, you will at least need it scanned for codes. it doesn't need to go to the dealer, but the scan toolneeds to be capable of reading manufacturer specific codes. after scnning for codes, they can move onto viewing live data like icp, ipr, ficm v
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