Glad to see a Diesel Tech. weigh in.Step one. Take the fuel line off at the injection pump. Put line in a jug. Turn it over a little bit and see how much fuel you are getting. If you are not getting much fuel? Start taking parts out of equation going back to the tank. Plugged filter? Lift pump bad? Plugged screen some where? Now if you are getting plenty of fuel to injection pump? Then the problem is there forward. Fuel shut-off seliniod bad, or no power to it? Something wrong with injection pump? If you have fuel to the injection pump, then take the injection lines loose at the injectors and see if it is getting fuel there. Also if you have a loose or cracked hose or line before the lift pump? It can suck air instead of fuel and cause the problem you are describing. Hope I make sense? I do this stuff for a living, but it is hard to explain in text. Good luck!
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