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Help! 95 PSD died today

Driving home from work today and my truck started running rough. Shook a little, and just seemed to run rough. Waas running pretty low on fuel, so limped to Hess and put 10 gallons in. Truck restarted made about 2 miles, then was losing power very fast. Had her to floor to get to a place to pull over. Would not restart. pulled fuel filter and was coated in black slime, almost like used motor oil......but slimy. Completely coated. ran to AZ got new filter, will not start still. Cranks over, tach moves, fairly new cps. hear a click or tick sound near driver side, while cranking, and also before truck died. not sure where to start looking, any info will help. Thanks alot guys!

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The click sound are the plugs coming on I believe. How long did you crank before you gave up? It takes a long while for that bowl to fill back up.

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Check the screen in the fuel regulator, clean out with carb cleaner.
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the bowl is filling back up, i cranked for quite a while. drained again and refilled. its like a constant clicking sound. i was cranking for quite a while, so disconnected glow plugs cuz engine was already warm. does anyone know if a bad vac pump can cause it to not run? its had been clicking for a while......i think thats where its coming from. thanks .

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will try the screen in feul reg. thanks....anyone else got any ideas? i hope its not like the injector controller or something......

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does anyone have a diagram of the feul system? cant find my haynes book anywhere........

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The black crap in the filter bowl is indicative of injector o-rings going bad. The running rough, then no start is what happened to my 95 and it was the IPR orings that needed replaced. it would start when cold but not after it was warmed up.

The clicking sounds like the injectors firing...

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injector o rings?.....oh boy........IPR =injection pressure regulator, right? sounds like a good place to start..... thanks.

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