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2000 7.3 lack of power when warm

I am having trouble with my 2000 f350. I was on my way back from picking up some pallets of fertilizer when the truck just lost power, it would barely move. I pulled off the road, let it sit for around 30 to 45 minutes while waiting for another truck to come get me. After it sat the truck ran fine for around 20 miles and then started the same thing again. When I managed to get it back to the shop I checked the fuel filter, it was clean. I hooked a scanner to it, no codes where stored. The ICP did have a small amount of oil in it but not soaked. Any ideas on what the problem could be? Ive only had the truck a couple months, so im not sure if the valve cover harnesses have ever been replaced, not even sure if this is a symptom of the harness. I was told to check the oil level in the high pressure pump, is this a possible cause? Any help is greatly appreciated
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Did the turbo sound normal? ex: abnormally quiet?

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The turbo seemed to be making the usual amount of whistling noise. I used a snap-on solus scanner on it today, ran the injector test, came out with a p1293 code for the high side of the right bank. Also when running a cylinder balance test it came up with #1 and #3 cylinders, I had the code number written down but lost the piece of paper. Any ideas on where to go from here? I have a harness/gasket for the passenger side that im going to stick on when I get off work just to see what happens
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