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update on my none starting truck

first off my truck takes along time to get reg oil pressure a few weeks back i changed the lpop nothing seemed to change it seems as if its draining back are losing its prime some how thats the first problem now to the hpop problem i have a few things that i have done like replace my icp sensor changed the o rings on my ipr valve i have fuel in the fuel bowl etc glow plugs work the uvch goods truck starts runs for about 20-30 sec and then dies well now i have checked the psi cold in both heads the passenger side has 500 psi idle and about 800-1000 at 2500 rpm the driver side has about 800 idle and 2500 psi 2500 rpm now i have even made a jumper hose that goes from one head to the other and seems to run now but then after a while it just lands flat on its face and then start up and runs once again im totally stumped and will to do what ever to get this fixed please help anyone
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if you are getting mismatched readings from the heads then its the hpop that is acting up

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sweet wheres the best place to order are get mine sent to for a rebuild ? ty
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Well you can track down used ones on here for 100 or so. They have miles on them but are usually take offs when someone went bigger. A T500 is a stout pump if you have power plans in your future but will run you 450 or so

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k is there anything else i should change while in there changing my hpop like irp valve etc ty
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IPR? yeah but that can get expensive. They arent a cheap piece to replace. Im gonna link this into a more populated thread and see if someone else wont chime in. I still say its the HPOP if the pressures arent equal but I could be wrong

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It sounds like an oil supply issue to me as well Joe. When was the last time you changed the oil. And is the hpop Res full before and after the little episodes?

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If the readings are uneven between heads, I'd be tempted to look at injector o-ring issues. Maybe pull the valvecovers and look to see if oil is coming out around the base of the injectors while cranking or running. Cheers!

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If you suspected a low oil pressure problem, in the LPOP system, make sure that is good before continuing on with anything else.

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k i will check into the hpop res full if so i guess i will tear into her lol ty all
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