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1999 ford f350 powerstroke shut off problems

I have a 1999 ford f350 powerstroke 7.3L just had the top end redone on the truck ran fine for a a week or so now it is shutting off after about 4 miles or when it gets up to normal operating temperatures changed the cam sensor twice so far still no change any help would be great
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have changed the fuel filter multiply times runs fine when running but it will shut off when it gets up to normal temperature and will not crank back up until it gets cold again
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check the IPR o ring. i bet its letting oil by when it warms and the viscosity is low

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im not much of a diesel wiz but what is the IPR o ring but i changed the oil and filter yesterday
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injector pressure regulator. if you look at the fuel filter look off to the right and to the front a bit. its a stick looking thing that has two wires going to it. i only have a picture of one on an OBS but its the same idea



there is a magnetic cover that goes over it and senes the plunger inside. either way its in the back of the highpressure oil pump off to the right

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ok i will check it tomorrow thanks for your help ill update it tomorrow k
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i will try to find a better picture for you

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ok thank you
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