As long as you have compression and fuel to the cylinders and your battery is trog enough to tuern the engine over it should dtart. Assuming your battery is capable of turning the engine over and you have adequate compression(no stuck valves, etc) I"d say your problem is fuel supply. Make sure that you have adequate fuel flow from the tank to the filteri inlet. Crap and corruption can clog the tank strainer and associated lines to the filter. Make sure the fuel lines are tight so thsy can"t suck air. Bleed the sytem starting at the filter , through the pump, and finally at the injectors. Just crack the fuel nut at the injector open one at a time or all at once when you get all fuel to the injectors than tighten them up and try a start.
i have some general instructions for bleeding a diesel if you need them, let me know.
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