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Did you check to see if the timing belt broke? Did it die while driving or not restart after shut off?
Does the check engine light come on when you turn the key on (self check)? If so, then the ECM is powered and online. Do you have any way of reading faults?
The fault that most concerns me is the P0605- this is basically saying that the ECM is faulty. I think a circuit has gone bad, that is why you have the issue plus all the various faults for temp, pressure, EGR, etc.
So you have 12v at pin 5 at the pump?
the fault is for the quantity adjuster on the pump- measure the resistance of it, you should have beween .5-2.5 ohms.
Make sure the wiring to this is OK-
It sounds to me like you may have lost your pump.
Here is the pinout diagram for the injection pump to ECM wiring
Sorry- that one just shows the start of injection timing connection. Getting the other one
Actually that diagram has both the fuel shutoff and the start of injection timing. So you just need to check to make sure you have power to the glow plug module, and the wiring to the shutoff is OK- if not, it may be that your start of injection timing sensor is faulty.
80-100 ohms on the needle lift sensor, cylinder 3.