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I blew a high pressure oil line while driving down the highway and lost all the oil which caused my truck to die. Got new line on and filled with oil and the truck turned over but never started. Put on new HPOP but still wont start anybody have any ideas?
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I blew a high pressure oil line while driving down the highway and lost all the oil which caused my truck to die. Got new line on and filled with oil and the truck turned over but never started. Put on new HPOP but still wont start anybody have any ideas?
Can you pull any codes?

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The oil gallery in the head that the hose fed has air in it. it is compressing the air and needs to make 500psi before the fuel will turn on. Be sure the oil reservoir that feeds the HPOP is full also.
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i agree air in the system already and then you put a pump on it which created more air , it takes some cranking after an oil system repair , probably didnt need the pump

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Didnt buy a new pump just borrowed one from my dad that he just happened to be replacing because of stripped out threads on the oil line fittings. Filled the oil reservoir to the top and tried cranking for a long time and even used a gas soaked rag in the intake. Ran for a little while but still did not start. How can I get the air out?
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Still no luck in getting my truck started. I have about 60 PSI fuel pressure in the head that I checked by using a pressure gauge screwed into one of the plugs in the top and front of the passenger side head. I also checked to see if there was any volts to the injectors with volt meter that I have but couldn't get any readings from the connector. Not sure if this is a good test or not but there was zero volts even when I turned the motor over. I am pretty sure I have oil pressure because I checked the volts on the ICP before and during I turned the motor over and the volts measured from about a 1/4 volts to over 4 volts. But again not sure if this is a good test or not. Does any body have any ideas. Waiting on a new scanner to do some real tests!
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Pulled the code P1668, communication problem between PCM and IDM. Checked all fuses and relays and wires between PCM and IDM but still no luck. Unable to do an injector buzz test. Is there any fuses or relays besides the ones under dash in the central junction box? Oil pressure ok fuel pulse width ok. Does anybody have any ideas?
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