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On the side of the engine mounted fuel bowl there is a plug you can remove, and hook a gauge to. It should be on the drivers side of the bowl towards the bottom. A good rule for the 6.0's is to never run below 3/8 of a tank. They had crappy baffling in the fuel tanks and when the fuels low, if you hit a corner too hard it'll slosh and suck air. Trust me. It cost me 2 injectors just from hitting a corner hard, and sucking air just once. The fuel system will bleed itself if you do the bleed cycle. You turn the key on but don't crank it, and you'll hear the fuel pump come on. Let it run until it stops, and do this a few times and the air should be gone. If you have changed both fuel filters, properly bled the air, and you see good fuel pressure when you test it, you probably have an injector that's failing
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