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Any ideas? I was driving on my way to Pa...my truck just lost power and shut off.I checked for gelling already.Dealer here in Indiana says so far he has pulled codes that say fuel leak or low fuel pressure.He also said I have pressure on the high side of the fuel system meaning the pumps are working.They think that i just have a big leak somewhere.anyone been thru this?
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Not enough info.

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This is my buddy truck. Its an 03 f350. The truck just died as it is not get any fuel. I think its the injector oil pump. But he wanted to see what you guys think.
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The high presseure pump wont keep fuel frm going to the injectors. If you want to chek the high pressure pump put a pressure gauge on the line going to the cylinder head. It should put out around 3000 psi. Check to make sure there is oil in the resouvier!!! It should be about half inch below the plug. Codes would help alot.
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Did you get it fixed? i had the same problem and the 30 amp fuse under the dash was blowing so i went to ford and talked to a tech and he said it is the fuel heater and it will throw those codes and that they use to make them like crap and they fall apart and sort out and he said to just unplug it until you replace it and that worked unplugged and was off i pick up the fuel heater the next day $120.00. but i am sure you got it fixed by now so i am not sure why i am typing all this but o well maybe it will help some one

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Yes he got it fixed, it was a failed HPOP.

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