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Default Won't start hot

When engine is hot it will not start. I'll let it cool and it will eventually though shake real good, start.

It's a 2007 2500 SLT with a Banks Econo Tow Package. 5.9

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Does it smoke when you finally get it started ? If so what color is it.

When was the last time the fuel filter was changed and how often do you change it?
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Have not noticed any smoke
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Every other month I change fuel filter
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The only error I get is PO336
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P0336 is for the crank position sensor.

First what your going to have to do is verify fuel pressure to the injection pump or CP3.

Your current problem most likely is an injector issue with too much return flow. With too much return flow the CP3 cant build the required pressure which is a minimum of 3500psi to start the truck.

But first need to verify fuel pressure from the lift pump which on yours is located in the tank.
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Can I do that without dropping the tank?
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Do what? check fuel pressure?
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Is there any type of filter in the tank pump?
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Yes can I check pressure with out dropping the tank
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