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post #1 of 25 Old 02-11-2013, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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95 7.3 no fuel

to start I put brand new heads injectors everything in this truck ran fine b4 just blew a gaskit. Got it together on drivers side started it make sure all was good b4 did passenger side,all was good. Got pass side together yesterday wouldn't start....fiddled with it till figured out wasn't getting fuel in filter bowl..So I went parts store got new pump installed today,well still not getting fuel in bowl,filled it up and drained cpl times no help...bought new batteries thought that would help but just blew that 320.00 for nothing.RPMs are up when cranking got good oil pressure turning over fast enough too.CAN ANYONE HELP ME PLEASE I NEED THIS TRUCK FOR WORK!! Ive searched and searched this site if theres something about it I didn't find it and im sorry.Excuse the long post but im really stuck with no help. Thanks for any replies in advance guys
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theres no fuel pump on truck under seat either,,i called advance and they said its not in tank...sooooooooo where is it? Need help bad here guys. I did order the auto ingenuity today but wont be here till Friday and I gotta work this truck Thursday or rent 1 and really don't want to
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Ok so put new cps on today. still no start. got the auto ingenuity hooked up no fuel pressure oil pressures good hpop is full...so any ideas?
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I'm not sure about your rig, but I know on mine (gawd if I remember this correctly), I have a fuel reset button on the passenger side near the floorboard (near door on the side)... I could be wrong but it is what I remember. Maybe you have one?

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ill go check now thanks
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I'm not sure about your rig, but I know on mine (gawd if I remember this correctly), I have a fuel reset button on the passenger side near the floorboard (near door on the side)... I could be wrong but it is what I remember. Maybe you have one?
is this a fuel relay reset switch? I think his truck is a 95, it would be a mechanical fuel pump. Not sure if it will have the switch your talking about :?


Your problem is obviously fuel pressure related(you said no fuel pressure?), you said you replaced the fuel pump? assuming that good, something after the fuel pump is restricting the fuel pump, what about a clogged Fuel pressure regulator?

I wish I could help more, but I swapped to e-fuel and don't know the fuel bowl system very well :'(




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ok I don't have that switch. Thanks for idea though//I got fuel coming out Schrader valve now, but not a lot its like flowing in spurts,i took off regulater and cleaned it thoroughly. so that helped at least now im getting fuel. The bowl is filling not fast but decently now. Im going hook the ae up now n see how much fuel pressure I got now cause b4 didn't have any at all
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fuel pressure is 110.93 and cranking at 2400 rpm....what else could it be?
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WELL CALLED AE MY DOGGLE DIDNT INSTALL CORRECTLY GOING TRY THIS AGAIN
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fuel pressure is 110.93 and cranking at 2400 rpm....what else could it be?


110psi (assuming thats the unit) is way to high, anything under 40psi is to low, anything over 90 can damage the injectors. 65 is what mines runs at.


I dont understand how you have fuel pressure if your fuel bowl isn't filling. I was under the impression fuel goes from the fuel bowl, then continues on to the schrader valve.




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