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The high-pressure fuel pump can be a common cause for this issue here.If it has not been tested this needs to be done and in some cases, a diesel repair facility will have to do this testing for you with their tools to see if it is faulty.
Another cause can be a fault with one or more fuel injectors allowing to much fuel through causing low fuel rail pressure which can also cause this fault.If you have not had the injectors tested this needs to be done to see if the injectors are at fault needing replaced.
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If your getting fuel to the pump but no fuel after or it does not stay running this is usually a fault with the pump itself.In some cases, they can be rebuilt to correct this issue and in other cases, the pump may need to be replaced.I would have this tested further to be sure that this is the cause here.
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