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Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: unvrhrdofit, SK
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First and foremost (as one of our regulars learned recently lol), make sure you batteries are fresh and charged. You mentioned battery issues? If you can afford it, go buy two new batteries. Even if your engine is cranking over at what you think is fast enough to start it, the computer needs to see a certain amount of juice from the batteries before it will let things fire.
Start there. How long has it been sitting? So no other issues other than ran out of fuel, weak batteries and now won't fire after putting in fuel?
And yes, spin the top off your filter housing and see if it has pumped it full of fuel.
Mine - 94.5 F250 ZF5: Basics w/a few extras, DIY bumper, steps and exhaust, AFEII, D60, PMF 2.25 RSK, V-codes
Hers - 04 GM 2500 CCSB 4x4: LB7, EFI Live by KW, 2" Lift, MBRP 4" dp back
Backup - 98 GM 1500 ECSB 4x4: 6.5, straight pipe, K+N filter, 495km w/original pump, trans & t-case