Hi Guys! First time posting and new user. My s/o and I like to redo vehicles and have always driven Power-strokes (reliving misspent youth :grin2: ). We bought a 1994 for a little or nothing and decided it would be the new project truck. Motor was running good just had other issues at the time so we got it cheap. (I.e. Had to completely redo braking system) We aren't newbs to car work or diesels but this is the first time we are kinda stumped on a problem. Got the braking issue fixed and started drivng the truck and pulling with it (horse trailer) to see where the holes might be. First stall out on a hillside pulling the trailer> power dropped and just kinda coasted off to the side. Started back up and took off no prob.... little head shaking but other wise not to stressed. Decided to drive it awhile and see what else happened. We know we are testing a 30 yr old truck. We know **** is gonna go wrong. Was told when bought seals on the motor less than 18 months old but haven't been tested. Got the truck home and looking it over notice spindle on turbo is loose after removing breather. Got turbo rebuilt bc it was coming anyway. New turbo on driving starts stalling again! No trailer! Like the fuel pedal was useless. Would slowly start to die like a bad actor. Pull off set a minute and restart. Ran some tank cleaner through it. After a week of this Final time was no restart. Do some research> mechanical fuel pump going bad. Replace the fuel pump and still no start. Not throwing codes on reader (my understanding is these trucks are smart enough to tell you whats wrong but not smart enough to pinpoint it anyway). I was also told that no codes means mechanical issue not brain or sensor related. We are at the point of replacing pieces until FrankNFckr is running again. Wanna get this motor squared away so we can move on to body work. We are thinking we are not getting oil pressure so injectors fire (hpop probs?) or something along those lines. I know the hpop sensor will go bad but that it defaults at 800 psi when it does so that means truck should idle but not increase. (feel free to correct me if i a wrong) Has anyone else experienced this? Should we be looking in another direction. Motor ran good until it started stalling out and drifting away ( best way to describe it bc it didn't flat die just kinda withered out). We are looking at maybe doing some small upgrades as we fix but still want it street worthy. Would like it mean but not beastly. Just asking for some help here before we start replacing crap that doesn't need it. If i have left vital need to know info out let me know.