What sort of "body work" did you have done? It didn't involve welding did it? Just curious if that had anything to do with it.
No, two bad glow plugs shouldn't have anything to do with it not starting. Even if the glow plugs weren't working at all it would probably start after cranking on it enough, with warm ambient air temps. Or it should be white smoking like crazy.
Do you have any way to moniter ICP pressure? Is it smoking at all when cranking on it?
Well no welding during body work, just sanding, extending riddle can primer and painted. And fixed leaking windshield, but truck was run during this.
No smoke at all cranking the truck over, I checked the back pressure valve on turbo and it closed per the diagram in Fords Diagnostic book. Also the exhuast is not block getting "air" out of exhaust when cranking it over.
Last night tried the idea of plugging truck in and waiting a hour before cranking it over and trying to start it, but no dice.
I hope to check the Injector drive voltage on harness this week or weekend to see if the IDM is good or bad or if the harness is bad to the IDM.
Another option is, which don't like doing to a working truck that I don't own, is to swap the IDM module with my brother's 01 7.3 powerstroke. To see my IDM makes his truck run, since all my injectors ohm out correctly.
The worst thing could be a harness issue to a sensor, but I get no codes. The only thing I haven't found to try is the exhaust back pressure sensor to see if the truck starts. If any can help find it because all the diagrams in Ford books suck.
I rather fix it myself before I pay some a lot of money for a similar fix.