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Identify Extra parts - no stare after repairs

So i did an EGR delete new oil cooler and all 8 injectors. I really enjoyed the process and felt good about everything. Now i am feeling defeated. everything went back together but i am left with this part on the bench does any one know where it goes. Not to mention the truck does not start. It sounds like to me i have a breach in combustion. I broke the standpipe in the filter housing not sure if that could cause a no start also bought an after market fuel filter cap that does not seem to be sealing and fuel is weaping out the top. Seems to be building pressure in the housing is that normal.
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That is the heat shield bracket that mounts on the left side rear of the intake manifold and connects to the up pipe. It also is supposed to have a ground wire that connects to it from the injector harness.

Your no start would probably be because of 3 things. If you have not hooked up the ground wire from the injector harness than the truck won't fire. Also if you broke the stand pipe for the oil filter replace it immediately. That may also be a cause I am unsure if that can cause a no start though. Another thing is that after doing a oil cooler the HPO reservoir is empty unless you primed it before reassembly and will take a bit of cranking to reprime the system before the truck will fire. And if you have leaking fuel out of the top fuel bowl don't run the truck like that unless your purposely trying to catch it on fire.

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Hey there thanks for the info i think i see where the bracket goes it looks like it mounts to a heat shield behind the ficm and then as you say the rear of the intake manifold. Do not remembe taking off that one. I do however have the ground hooked up to the rear stud on the intake manifold. I pulled my fuel filter cap to see if i could see what was building all the pressure in the housing i have found that the cap broke what i am guessing is some sort of check valve that sits in the housing and up in the middle of the filter. I should have known not to buy an after market cap. I do not know however if that could be the cause of the no start. It appears that i can remove that little stand pipe in the fuel housing and probably replace it. So looks like tomorrow i will be getting both stand pipe for oil and fuel a new fuel cap and see what happens. I am still concerned as to why when i turn it over it does not seem to be a consistant smooth cranking but i guess tackle one thing at a time. I have a friend that can bring over his scanner some time this week. Thanks again for the info
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