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No Fuel in Filter Housing

Repaired the O rings in the HPOP lines, took the filter housing off and put it back on, now no fuel in the bowl. I can hear noise like the pump running for several seconds when key is turned on, but no flow. Where and what to do next?
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I got the same thing removed filter cleaned bottom of housing put new filter in truck started running rough tried to get back into garage and that was it. I hear the pump running dont know if it will shut off after two seconds but it doesnt sound like it use to. any ideas out there?
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sorry its a 2002 excursion
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Fuel problems

Have you cycled the key a few times?

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I have, the pump sounds terrible and now fuel going into the housing. I am heading out to check some stuff, the fuse for the fuel heater, fpr connection. not sure if the pump shuts off after two seconds but I would think it will keep running. I hurt my shoulder trying to push it into the garage.
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Fuel Problems

Dumb question, but I have to ask. Do you have the filter in it, or are you attmepting to get fuel in the bowl with the filter out and the lid off.

I ask because if there is no fuel filter in it, the fuel will not flow.

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IIRC the fuel will still flow to the bowl without the filter, just not down the standpipe to the heads since there is a valve in the standpipe that a pin inside the filter pushes down to open.

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helping to prime fuel

I dont know if this will help but, you might try getting some fuel and opening the housing and putting fuel in the housing manually as a way to possibly prime the system. If you have air in the line, it may be not working properly and/or sounding abnormal. Worth a shot anyway, doesnt cost a dime lol.
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I dont know if this will help but, you might try getting some fuel and opening the housing and putting fuel in the housing manually as a way to possibly prime the system. If you have air in the line, it may be not working properly and/or sounding abnormal. Worth a shot anyway, doesnt cost a dime lol.
That's a good idea but at almost $3.00 per gallon it will def cost a dime!

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okay, okay got me there. But it wouldnt cost any extra cause hes gonna use the diesel anyway lol
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