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Angry Help! please 99 want start

I am new here guys, but i think i have a bad high psi oil pump gone bad or injector o -rings leaking, the truck just died changed cps,new fuel pump,inj. driver,pcm, we put a snap-on computer on it today and it said it had 120psi oil psi on the pump,but when i shot either in it to start it , it would shut up to 2500psi. so what do you guys suggest, or what do you think. any kind of help would be nice.
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First don't use either. If it hits a hot glow plug it can blow a head right off the block. I have seen the results. It is very impressive.

Is the fuel pump cycling on when you turn the key to "ON"?

If you wait a couple of minutes with the key in the "ON" position, can you hear the glow plug relays turn off?

Is there power to the glow plug relays?

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Second on the ether you are playing with fire, literally!!! Do you have any stored codes. I don't like replacing parts on a witch hunt. Let us know if you have any stored codes and you are sure you are getting fuel, with KO open drain valve, fuel should gush out at a strong stream.

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yes, it is getting fuel and i know you are not suppossed to spray either in it but i just had to get it to pick up to see how much psi it had on it while it run for a second. The pump is coming on and the glow plugs worked to. I thought it had to have 500psi of pressure to crank.
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I almost forgot it didn't have any codes showing. What will a pwrstroke do if it needs o-rings on the inj. do will it not have enough oil psi to crank the truck.
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I almost forgot it didn't have any codes showing. What will a pwrstroke do if it needs o-rings on the inj. do will it not have enough oil psi to crank the truck.

That would be a severe case, and unlikely. The best way to troubleshoot O rings is to send a oil sample the Blackstone Labs, call them and they can expidite you the bottles and you can over night them back if you are in a hurry. You would'nt believe what they can tell you from their analysis, I have mine done every third oil change. It will show fuel in your oil. Injector O rings get blamed for a lot of things on these forums, so does the CPS, so make sure what the problem is before you go replacing parts. PM me with any ? I will help you all I can.

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