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2003 F250 6L no start - stumped

As I pulled into my driveway my truck started missing. I shut it down then tried to restart it - no luck.
Put the truck on my lap top with forscan. The readings while cranking were: FICM in sync , FICM voltage 46.5 to 47.5, IPR% 50.3, IPR pressure (assume this is HPOP pressure) 1557 psi, fuel pressure 55 psi. What do I look for next????
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post #2 of 5 Old 09-11-2019, 02:28 AM
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Post ICP voltage for KOEO and when cranking. Also, post the cranking rpms.
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ICP voltage KOEO .25 KOER 1.79
Cranking RPM sorry I didn't record it but it was turning over at a very high rate. As fast as the starter
Could go with the batteries charged up.
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Bubbles in the fuel bowl?

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Can also "run out of diesel" at a quarter tank because of a bad fuel pick up.
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