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F350 died going down the road!! HELP!!

My 97 F350 died going down the road. it was like it almost ran out of fuel..all it will do is turn over and over. no blown fuses...new fuel pump 1 week ago put in due to leaking fuel from top of motor and drain valve was replaced too...we put the a crank sensor in it. still just turns over!!! any ideas??? ran like a top prior!!!! 159000 miles on motor!!thanks.......codes are po344 and po340.........these came from a superchip programmer!!!

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change your fuel filter lately??
clean your injectors lately??

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Does your tach move when you try to start? The CPS could be bad right out of the box.

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yes, tach moves. fuel filter changesd1 month ago...was running lucas on a reg basis and was lucas in the tank!!
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OK next question, do you have access to a scanner that can check for codes?

Then fuel wise, is your filter bowel full? pull off the lid and see if it pumps up while cranking.

But a code could narrow it down fast.

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sounds like a cam sensor problem
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agre with puling the codes before going any further , run a fuel pressure test and make sure oil is full and in good shape, and by all means dont buy any parts on a whim or a guess, diag first

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Ill have codes by the end of the day..we pulled them but i cant remember what they were!!
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codes are po344 and po340......checked all fluids all are fine!!! none low
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definitly cam sensor codes , yep replace it and go from there

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