Yes,when I turned the key, everything was working,I cracked the top of filter to prime
it and when you turn on the key,fuel flowes out from filter.I also checked fuel flow through the bleeder line connected to that cooling housing.fuel shutoff solenoid isnew and working.
I did notice that when I did a load test on the batteries and I noticed they dropped down to 9 volts.Ihave heard that if some diesel systems (electronic) voltage drops at a value lower than ten volts,will not allow the system start mode.I did meter the input to
the pmd that supply the 12vlts to the injection pump solenoid that allows fuel to flow to the output to the injecters and was reading only 300mv when I cranked it over which is suspiciouse to me.Before this happend, I had the truck stall but it started it,then my son used the truck with my wife and the truck died at a target store.The batteries were dead so my son went nextdoor and purchased 2 760 cranking amp batteries from wallmart.He did start the truck when he installed them,but when the truck sat for 3 days,I went to start it,and it stutterd and smoked then shut down.Icould not start ever since, so after putting in a new pump and pmd module and having no luck
(charging the batteries after every battle),
I think my suspicians about the battery voltage may not be far off. I checked all the outputs oil psi sensor,cutoff solenoid,the outputs from the pcm to the pmd,and the crank sensor (seen the AC pulses from sensor when it cranked).
Please let me know what you gentleman think,and I will let you know what happens
when I change out the batteries.I still want your opinions while I go through this process
Thanks again guys KEEP THE INFO COMING1