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Old 05-05-2014, 10:27 AM
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95 f-350 powerstroke new fuel pump won't start

I have a quick question for everyone. I have a 95 f-350 power stroke. Driving around town for the past two weeks it ran fine. Just did cps, icp, and new injector harnesses. We'll the truck decided to act like it was running out of fuel and than would die and not start back up. If I bled the shreader valve until fuel squirted out it would fire up. So I replaced fuel pump and did a fuel bowl rebuild kit. Now that I have done these it will not start. I've taken the fuel filter out and cranked it and it fills. All lights appear when key is on and than go away. The water in fuel light has been on since and I have drained it and re filled with good fuel. Still on. It cranks but won't fire. Need help ASAP!
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Old 05-05-2014, 10:39 AM
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check to make sure you reconnected all the plugs on the fuel bowl harness, specifically the IPR harness plug
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Old 05-05-2014, 10:43 AM
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I have done that and everything is plugged in. The only plug not connected is the heating element. Left unplugged because it has never been plugged in. Even played with the ipr wires to make sure there was no short.
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Old 05-05-2014, 10:54 AM
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How ever I did losen the banjo bolt on the back side of the fuel pump and did not get any fuel squirting out.....? But fuel bowl fills and I have pressure at the valve. What could be causing that? Bad regulater? I'm lost!
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Old 05-05-2014, 01:03 PM
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Checked my hpop oil level and it was low. I filled it and tried to crank it over. Nothing. But at the same time I'm still not getting fuel to the back side of the fuel pump. Took banjo bolt off and no fuel squirts when cranking. Anyone have any suggestions? Before when I tried to crank I had white smoke coming from the exhaust which would indicate fuel not being burnt if I'm not mistaken.
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