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Fuel pressure/boost.....so lost :(
Did you check the CAC boots for damage, especially the 45* boot coming off the turbo, you may have to pull the boot off to inspect, sometimes the damage can be right under the clamp. Check the Map hose for damage and remove hose to clean out hose and fitting that goes in the intake. Check your EBP sensor for plug/wire damage, clean out EBP tubing going from sensor to manifold. Cracked or damaged y-pipe/up-pipe flex joints (bellows) can cause low boost. Could also be sticking VGT vanes from a dirty/rusty unison ring and vanes.
Being that you didn't have a fuel gauge on before, your low fuel psi might have been their prior. Might be weak HFCM, air entering fuel lines, or restriction of fuel line in tank.
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