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99 dead north of 60

my superduty died like key shutoff,changed cps ipr fuelpump hpop full and showing 2600 while cranking smokes but no start! glow plugs cycling, all fuses good,anybody anywhere any ideas?
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Is it out of fuel?
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To cold? I bet very few know what you mean by north of 60. Mine is alive and well north of 63. and even in the States.

Now, it puffs so it should be injecting fuel. How about some more info? How cold is it, did it die when running fine or not start in the morning?

Do you have enough juice in the batteries? You need near 11 volts as it's cranking to drive the injectors right. Thats all I can think of with what I have to go on right now.

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If it is extremely cold outside. It is possible that your fuel gelled while going down the road. Causing poor fuel supply. Or the fuel pump is dead but still suppling a poor supply of fuel as well. If it is sitting outside get it in a warm building.


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