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there's a million and one things to check......
is the SES/CEL on? if so, are you able to pull codes at all?
Are the harnesses at the valve cover gaskets all connected, good, and not burned or melted? check the exterior as well as under the valve cover harneses...
Did the truck run after the mechanic broke the glow plugs and later it wouldn't start? or has it not started since the mechanic worked on it? (I've seen some not very good mechanics hook up the injector harneses wrong, without clips, backwards, etc.)
Pull your fuel bowl cover and verify it has fuel in it, if you are able test your fuel pressure at the schrader valve on the fuel bowl
are you getting any smoke during cranking? if so what color, blue, grey, white, etc? does it smell like raw fuel?
Does the wait to start light come on?
how did you verify the injectors are not getting fuel?
Originally Posted by Ianstew
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Last edited by ianstew; 12-16-2009 at 02:34 PM.