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powerstroke. starts n dies

95 powerstroke starts up runs a bit then dies. sometimes starts back up sometimes not. changed fuel pump and filter did not help? so help me please..
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Change out the CPS
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thanks i will try that..
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If it warms up, then dies, could be ipr orings.

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Start with the basics. Check the oil level in the crankcase. If it's too low, you'll have the symptons you're describing.

If it is low oil, simply do an oil change and find out where the leak is so you don't have this problem again. Simple, inexpensive fix.
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