I will try to tonight when I get in. I swear it is just the weirdest thing.Some free things to try -
Remove the EBP sensor and clean the tube (make sure it is clear all the way to the exhaust manifold). Post a picture of the sensor end of the EBP. It may need cleaning.
Remove the MAP sensor hose. Inspect it carefully (ie no holes or tears, and not plugged). Insert a small wire into the intake manifold nipple that the MAP sensor hose attaches to. Make sure it is clear.
I will thank you, I completely forgot but right before this started happening I got a tank of bad diesel. It should be run out by now but could it just be burning off some of the waterBe sure to have a wrench on the EBP tube and one on the sensor. You do not want to twist the EBP tube.
The fuel is pretty good now I drained it 3 times in one day when the watered down diesel got put in its clean nowCould be. If it gets past the primary filter it is very hard on injectors. Usually you can tell if you got bad fuel by inspecting the primary filter.
Also, hopefully you routinely drain the water from the primary fuel filter. You should do that every month or so.