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See if the fuel heater fuse is blown. I believe it is fuse 33 in the cab, but I can;t recall the exact fuse number off the top of my head.
If blown, unplug the fuel heater plug on the bottom of the fuel filter, then change fuse and start the truck. Then replace the fuel heater element. They are common to just hcause a no start one day out of the blue or during a oil/fuel filter change out.
If it is good, then get access to a scanner and monitor the injection control pressure to see that you are getting 800 psi or more during cranking to make certain that the oil reail pressure is getting high enough and that there is no leak in the rail somewhere.
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