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Old 09-01-2008, 01:50 PM
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fuel pump kickin on got fuel to the bowl. i have the valve cover off am i supposed to see oil come any where from the injector. it blew an injector awhile back and i have it taken apart now. when the injector messed up the truck died before it made it back. steps for bleeding hpop/ fuel sytem

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Old 09-01-2008, 01:53 PM
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The only way I know to bleed the fuel system is start the truck up. Once it is running just let it idle for about 30-45 minutes. That should bleed out the air.
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thats where im having the problem im not able to get the truck to start all it does is cranks
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Old 09-01-2008, 03:08 PM
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Old 09-01-2008, 03:18 PM
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with starting fluid it will start but wont stay runnin
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NO MORE STARTING FLUID!!!

Did you just pull one injector?

Did you refill the HPOP reservoir before you started cranking on it?

Sounds like you still have some air in the HPO rails.
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ok well he bought the truck from craig long on here we went and got it to day i guess the truck blew an injector out or some**** so craig changed it and couldnt get it to run w/e so he bought it we are workin on it 2 day after we got back there is fuel to the bowl dont no if its goin any farther its not blowin any smoke while trying to start it we have the drivers side valve cover off since thats the side the injector was replaced on we hooked it to my truck with cables to insure proper voltage while cranking we are kinda stumped
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o we pulled that alen head screw out filled the hpop with oil cranked on it until it was shootin out and put the screw in while it was shootin out ?????is that right?
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Do you have the harness hooked up? with out the harness plugged in it won't fire.
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yes the harness is plugged in
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