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1995 psd crank no start

Hello all I have a psd given to me that has been sitting a few years I put new batteries and had starter rebuilt and put a cps in you can crank all you want but wont fire puled fuel filter and cranked and bowl filled with fuel. What is next I put fresh fuel in bowl and cracked the back bolts on the head and air and oil came out after cranking
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Does the WTS light come on when you turn the key on? Any smoke while cranking?

1996 F250 7.3 PSD 4x4 - "Dally"
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No smoke and yes wts comes on and the tach moves when cranking
none of the fuses looked blown and I swaped the relays also can you plug A scanner like the bluepoint microscan into these trucks
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No smoke? Sounds like it's not getting fuel. Is it making any attempt to fire, or just cranking with no signs of life?

And you have to have a good scanner to function on these trucks. I know BluePoint makes some good stuff, I'm not familiar with the microscan though. I've only ever used Snap-On scanners on mine.

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No sign of life there is fuel at the return line on tbe head when cranking. Where do you hook the scaner up at
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No signs of life what would be a good basic fuel pressure tester to use I hooked mine up and got no reading but came out so not sure if my gauge is bad where do you hook a scanner up on these tricks thanks this is my first diesel so I have a lot of learning to do
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I had a lot of learning to do back when I bought my truck, as it was my first diesel as well.

I can't really help with the fuel pressure guage, as I have never had a need for one.

As for the DLC (Data Link Connector), it's located at the bottom of the dash, right below the bottom left corner of the glovebox.

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check the IPR and ICP sensors, when you get the scanner hooked up.
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Those are the obd 1 connector I am guessing I have the connector for the scanner stop I will try that next not sure where to start looking the hpop that fires the injectors can you test the oil pressure on that at all
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It didn't even click to me that you have a '95. I think some 95's may have had OBDII IIRC, but I'm not positive. I have OBDII, and that's where the connector is located.

And I believe HPOP pressure can be monitored through a scan tool.

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