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Has anything been checked,tested or replaced to try and locate or repair this fault here?
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If you have the correct fuel pressure and can hear the pump kick on it is possible the crank sensor has failed on your engine.This is a common component located at the front lower part of the engine as shown as #6 below.In some cases it can be checked using a scan tool to monitor engine rpm signal while cranking over the engine.If there is no rpm signal on the scan tools data list this usually indicates the crank sensor is at fault needing replaced.
I would have this tested to see if this is the cause here.If you have not had the fault codes checked this should be done to see if any codes are set needing diagnosed to locate and repair this issue here.
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Is the EGR code still coming up with this issue here?