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7.3 won't start

Hello to all, I have a 7.3 I believe it is an 03 in an F350 super duty dually. We use it on our work site and yesterday it would not start. The WTS works and it seems we are getting fuel. Because we were in a hurry yesterday I disconnected the glow plug and gave it a shot of ether it still would not fire at all. I tried a little fuel in the intake and still nothing it just cranks and has no indication of firing at all. Thanks for any help and God Bless!!!!
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Cam position sensor perhaps

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Empty the ffuel bowl and then cycle the key to see if it fills up. If it does I'd say cps too

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It could be the injector control pressure module also. With the Cam Position Sensor, It should start, but mine would stall out. I've also experienced the injector control pressure module, that caused it to not start at all. Its an easy replacement.

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How do I check the CPS and the injector module????
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Ok, I was wrong about the year but I don't think it matters the truck is a 2001. I replaced the cam sensor today and it still will not start. I cannot get the engine to even try to start with ether through the air filter lid, but I did get it to almost chug to life by shooting a little through the glow plug hole. I am going to try to hook up a tester tomorrow and a friend also mentioned a sensor in the cyl head by the drivers side valve cover he said it was for low or restricted oil pressure. Please give me any info you can it will be much appreciated and again God Bless
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Might wanna do a compression check....

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Check for air bubbles on dip stick.
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Ok, I was wrong about the year but I don't think it matters the truck is a 2001. I replaced the cam sensor today and it still will not start. I cannot get the engine to even try to start with ether through the air filter lid, but I did get it to almost chug to life by shooting a little through the glow plug hole. I am going to try to hook up a tester tomorrow and a friend also mentioned a sensor in the cyl head by the drivers side valve cover he said it was for low or restricted oil pressure. Please give me any info you can it will be much appreciated and again God Bless
That is the injector control pressure sensor.
Did you figure it out?

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