Hello, I am having non turbo IDI problems on a 1992 F250. I shut it off with the key one day and never ran again. I have replaced my starter and fuel pump, trying to get this truck with 227,000 miles to start and run just a bit longer. The starter is an $85 starter and I have heard they can cause problems and that the ones that are $220 at Advance are much more reliable. The sales reps looked for 30 min and only found an 11” starter and mine is like a 13” so I had to buy online. The starter seems to crank fast, maybe 150-200 rpm, sounds as fast as the old when it worked right. I can not count the revolutions. WTS stays on about 8 seconds, tach does not move, no smoke upon crank, crank battery is new from Sept 2019. Aux battery is 2018 and fully charged, tested good at Advance. I installed brand new glow plugs. I was told to unplug both connectors on FPS and if it clicks when I plug them back in then it’s good. The weirdest thing is I hear an air pressure/compression sound while cranking, sounds almost like someone pumping a weed sprayer and it also sounds almost like I am cranking it with straight pipes, giving it that fast whomp whomp, whomp whomp sound as air is pushed out but truck has a recent full custom exhaust that has a “y” out the back so I guess I am really hearing the sound coming out of the air breather. I am pretty sure I don’t have any exhaust leaks, never heard any when truck was running. There had also been a whooshing sound that sounded almost like air or fuel was being forced back into the fuel tank so I thought blown fuel pump diaphragm. Before replacing the fuel pump I had no pressure at Schrader valve, now with the new fuel pump fuel shoots out about 1 1/2” -2.” I would says it’s got the 3-4 psi it needs to start. Have you ever experienced these problems? I couldn’t think of any better way to describe the sounds. I hope you can help me. Thank you!