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02 7.3L NEED RUNNING IN 9HRS!

After sputtering problems with my truck, i got it to where i can work on it.
Added 4 quarts of oil (yes i was low) and then fired my truck up...it ran great for 30 minutes and i shut it off at 11pm. went to sleep...went out at 6am to start it and it just cranks and cranks now.

NO SMOKE FROM EXHAUST!

i have fuel in the tank, and in the fuel bowl, and fuel pump works.
just replaced the CPS
NEW Fuel Filter as well
Oil is almost full in the HPOP reservoir

Cranks fast (batteries are a week old)

Any ideas? i know its not getting fuel obviously because im getting no smoke at all. NEED THIS TRUCK TO RUN IN 9 HOURS! PLEASE HELP!
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Re: 02 7.3L NEED RUNNING IN 9HRS!

Check all fuses and move you're relays around. Can test them with horn. Then either idm or ipr.


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fuses are all good. i unplugged the ICP a few times...where is the IPR? and is there a way to check my idm? its also pretty cold out...-5 windchill right now...like 8 degrees out
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Re: 02 7.3L NEED RUNNING IN 9HRS!

Is it plugged in? Are the glow plus working?

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i left it plugged in all night, and all day today while at work. (luckily had the ladies truck to use)

WTS light comes on fine, and goes off...and glowplugs have always been fine till now.
after running rough and dying last night i added the oil and Diesel 911 and it ran fine. so i have no clue what changed between then and now?
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If its getting fuel to the heads but not injecting it has to be in the HPO system

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Thats what im thinking...but what would cause it to work just fine last night and not now? any quick easy things to check/fix?

and thank you guys for your help!
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It wouldnt crank with the icp unplugged?

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May try disconecting the batteries for a few minutes. Let the computer reset and see if it was just a bug. worth a shot

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i'll try that. how long does it need? i'll just leave them unplugged for 20 while the block heater is plugged in and all. its really frustrating me...
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