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Truck died need help

My 2000 died on me the other day and had to have it towed home. I figured it was the CPS. I changed it out today and it still did not start. It is getting fuel so i called a friend to tow it to his shop and when we put it on the rollback I noticed oil coming from the back of the motor. just wondering if there is a sensor in the back by the oil pan or if anybody has any suggestions to what my problem can be.
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Keep the old CPS, or just stick it back in and hold onto the new one...one or the other, cuz well, one or the other might go out soon!

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Check out the High Pressure Oil Pump first for leaks, there are problematic o-rings on the back of the pump that have a tendency to leak, start their...let me know what you find...

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truck just shut off!!

Im driving home from the mountains and my truck just shut off like I turned the key off. tried to start it back up and my glow plug (wait to start) light now does not come on. any help will be great. help stranded!!!!!!!!

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My 2000 died on me the other day and had to have it towed home. I figured it was the CPS. I changed it out today and it still did not start. It is getting fuel so i called a friend to tow it to his shop and when we put it on the rollback I noticed oil coming from the back of the motor. just wondering if there is a sensor in the back by the oil pan or if anybody has any suggestions to what my problem can be.
Check your oil level. I bet it's REALLY low. Check all around the HPOP, you most likely blew a line or O-ring in your High pressure Oil system. Your truck stopped running when the LPOP had no more oil to fill your HPOP reservoir....therefore, your HPOP had no oil to actuate your injecters. Once oil gets too low, HEUI engines shut off. This is an inadvertant saftey feature IMO. Our engines just shut off on low oil situations, an engine like the Cummins lock up

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thanks ill get on that.

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thanks ill get on that.

Sorry bud, but I didn't read your post when I responded and I was responding to doubleJ!!!

As for your truck my call would be CPS, what is the tach doing while cranking?

If I were you, I'd visit this link...
http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/7-3-repair-help/

More specifically...
7.3 Cam sensor replacement procedure

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Check your oil level. I bet it's REALLY low. Check all around the HPOP, you most likely blew a line or O-ring in your High pressure Oil system. Your truck stopped running when the LPOP had no more oil to fill your HPOP reservoir....therefore, your HPOP had no oil to actuate your injecters. Once oil gets too low, HEUI engines shut off. This is an inadvertant saftey feature IMO. Our engines just shut off on low oil situations, an engine like the Cummins lock up

Here's a link for you to review as well...
99-03 7.3 oil leak diagnosis

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Check your fuel heater and the under hood fuses.
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