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Injectors not pulsing

We have compression fire in time fuel pressure oil pressure new cam and crank sensor

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    crystal Jan 18, 2014

    we have good fuel pressure we have tried using starting fluid and it still want start

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Use a bottle of yellow HEET dry gas / fuel dryer to remove moisture in your fuel tank.

Posted on Jan 20, 2014

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SOURCE: Hi how to set up the rail oil pressure

The short 3 wire one is the rail oil sensor ,you need tech II with the Isuzu 32bit card in to set it to 0 as far as I know .

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