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post #11 of 28 Old 02-27-2007, 01:47 PM
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yup have someone crank while the valve is being opened with a screwdriver. Keep cranking till the fuel stops spurting out. When most of the air is out it will be a steady line of fuel. You might want to put a catch can underneath as it will fly everywhere. Once its comming out in a steady line let the valve go back to closed position and crank it up. It will run rough for a couple minutes till it works the air out of the lines leading to the injectors. I suppose if you lossened the nuts on the lines going right into the injector it would work the air out before you started it. This is the only way i can think of. But since you didn't change any lines from the filter to the pump they should still have fuel in them.

It won't hurt anything cranking it up and letting the remaining air work its way out. You might need to pedal it to get it going and to keep it running.

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now i went to start and we were holding open hte bleeder valve on the filter adaptor and no fuel came out. also when we did it with the valve closed then pushed it in with the truck off the pressure wasnt very high?? WHAT DO I DO??????

can i get someones phone number that knows maybe and i can call you when im out there and see if we can figure it out?

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just keep cranking with the bleeder open then let it close when fuel is coming out then you may need to crack a few of the lines on top of the injectors until fuel comes out of them then close them and it should start but may require ether

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how long should it crank over BEFORE fuel gets there... it was easily almost a minute we went for.. with nothing ( about 1--20 seconds bursts ) so we didnt fry the starter
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I can't remember, but you may have a manual primer pump on the fuel pump. It will be a lever to pump to help the fuel pump pick up. It has bee a while since I worked on one. If not, you will want to try to prime the system by filling the lines with fuel. If the fuel pump is not picking up the fuel, it will not be able to pump it up to the filter.

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so if i leave it cranking for roughly 10 minutes i should be able to get it running?

wont this affect the starter?
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Yea, it will be hard on the starter and batteries. just keep it to short cycles and let the starter cool between.

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could you pm me your phone number so if there is a problem i coudl call you?

so i dont have to run in from the garage every time to ask a question?
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