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Fuel pressure at Bleeder

hey does anyone know what the fuel pressure should be at the bleeder on the water separator while cranking..the truck wont start.
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25 psi minimum at a minimum crank speed of 100 rpm. Are you getting the Wait-to-Start light? Tach showing any rpm while cranking? White smoke out the exhaust? Oil level good? CEL on? Cheers!

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Alright the cranking was at 10 psi so I changed the fuel pump and cleaned the water separator screen. I have a wait to start light , the glow plugs are working because it dims after about 2 seconds of being on. tach is moving, either no white smoke or very lttle. And whats a "CEL"? Thanks for the response.
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New HPOP, CPS, IPR, Fuel pump, Computer, switched out a brand new IDM, no difference. It will crank for about 5-10 seconds fire like it gonna start then just crank again and repeat.
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Alright so cranking pressure is about 20psi at the shrader valve. I have a new HPOP,IPR ,ICP sensor,CPS,FPR mod done, clean fuel filter, fresh oil change. Tach moves while cranking,WTS light is good and when i swich tanks they both read different, my question is if im getting a reading from both tank levels does that eliminate tank selector/valve?
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Defect Cam sensor

so before all this work i just did, i put a cam sensor in the truck because it was running perfect then just quit. And thats normally the symptoms of a bad Cam sensor, the trucks got about 200,000 on it. so hear it is 2 months later and the truck still isnt running but after replacing all the parts i listed before , and trying to crank it over after every part replacement. The CEL finally threw a code, for the brand new CPS i put in. Im goin Defect it out with Advance Auto where i got it and put another one in. HAs ANYONE ever come across this same issue of having a defect Cam sensor?
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There have been plenty of folks that have gotten a bad CPS right out of the box (especially from the local auto parts houses). I get mine from Ford. Cheers!

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well i put a new CPS in it, still no start, this thing is really starting to discourage me.Ive got about 30 hours of time and about $1000 bucks in it just for this one random no start situation. I need some help!! Thanks
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