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7.3 6 codes low power, skip, stumble help please

hi I own a early 99 7.3 and have been having some engine trouble... last week the truck started chugging like it was running out of fuel slower and slower and finally shut off. I couldent get it to restart.. I was at 1/4 of a tank when it happened. well I changed the fuel pump, cleaned the fuel tank and lines, replaced the fuel filter, and cleaned the two screens inside the tank, and replaced the cps.. the truck now starts and runs but skips and jerks around 1500-2500 rpms, wot is good and idle is ok but rough... Ive run a few bottles of fuel cleaners in it since then but still acts the same.. the codes its pulling are p0475 (I have ebpv delete), 1316, 0344, 1212, 0340, 0470.. any ideas of what could be the cause of my problems??? thanks in advance. and happy new years!!

the truck has a new hpop, ipr, and icp. replaced 2-3 months ago runs the same with icp unplugged...
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I cleared the dcts and drove and now its pulling p1690, 1280. Also I noticed if I unplug the passenger side uvch while the engine is running the engine shuts off if I unplug the driver side the engine stays running but rough
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Nobody has any ideas?
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Is the UVCH hooked up snuggly? The connection under the valve cover

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What he said^^^. Sounds like a bad connection on the driver side. Could be the whole harness or could be a couple of the injector plugs were not clipped on all the way and have come out.

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If you are going to remove the valve covers to check, I would highly recommend doing the 50 cent mod while you are in there. It could save you a lot of headache one day

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i pulled the driver side valve cover and unplugged each injector while the engine is running and every one of them caused a change in how the engine ran when unplugged so i dont think its in the injector wiring.. is there a differnt test i could do?
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Compression test maybe? i'm not the most schooled up on this site but that's what I would do...

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Check out your wastegate solenoid (p1690). Btw they are $40 or so at the dealer.

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