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it indicates that there is a fuel shortage problem
check the supply pump for fuel supply to the pump elements
if the fuel supply pump is part of the injector pump , there could be a blockage in the fuel line or air still in the system
of there is a good supply of fuel to the pump then contact the shop that reconditioned the pump
if you just fitted another pump without reconditioning it , then talk to an accredited diesel pump specialist shop
we dont have this engine here, USA.
but i have the WG jeep book,
starting page 12 , chapter 14
FUEL INJECTION PUMP BLEEDING
(1) If the fuel injection pump has been replaced,
air should be bled at the overflow valve before
attempting to start engine.
(a) Loosen the overflow valve (Fig. 18) at the
rear of the injection pump.
(b) Place a towel below the valve.
WARNING: WHEN CRANKING THE ENGINE TO
BLEED AIR FROM THE INJECTION PUMP, THE
ENGINE MAY START. PLACE THE TRANSMISSION
IN NEUTRAL OR PARK AND SET PARKING BRAKE
BEFORE ENGAGING THE STARTER MOTOR.
CAUTION: Do not engage the starter motor for
more than 30 seconds at a time. Allow 2 minutes
between cranking intervals.
(2) Crank the engine for 30 seconds at a time to
allow air trapped in the injection pump to vent out
the fuel injector drain tubes. Continue this procedure
until the engine starts. Observe the previous WARNING
(3) Tighten overflow valve.
HIGH-PRESSURE FUEL LINE BLEEDING
WARNING: THE INJECTION PUMP SUPPLIES HIGH-
-PRESSURE FUEL OF APPROXIMATELY 45,000 KPA
(6,526 PSI) TO EACH INDIVIDUAL INJECTOR
THROUGH THE HIGH-PRESSURE LINES. FUEL
UNDER THIS AMOUNT OF PRESSURE CAN PENETRATE
THE SKIN AND CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY.
WEAR SAFETY GOGGLES AND ADEQUATE PROTECTIVE
CLOTHING AND AVOID CONTACT WITH
FUEL SPRAY WHEN BLEEDING HIGH-PRESSURE
WARNING: DO NOT BLEED AIR FROM THE FUEL
SYSTEM OF A HOT ENGINE. DO NOT ALLOW FUEL
TO SPRAY ONTO THE EXHAUST MANIFOLD WHEN
BLEEDING AIR FROM THE FUEL SYSTEM.
Bleed air from one injector at time.
(1) Loosen the high-pressure fuel line fitting at
the injector (Fig. 19).
(2) Crank the engine until all air has been bled
from the line. Do not operate the starter motor
for longer than 30 seconds. Wait 2 minutes
between cranking intervals.
(3) Start the engine and bleed one injector at a
time until the engine runs smoothly.
pump timing is on next page
or tank filter line priming before. above.
cycle key to on/run several times first without going all the way to " start " Listen for the fuel pump ? do you hear it ? if not ck your fuel pump fuse (OK?) if ok then and you don't hear the fuel pump (huM) then you may have a bad fuel pump, fuel pumps on modern fuel injected cars nowdays use a high pressure pump that's inside the fuel tank , they run a bit faster than older ones so they (crazy I know) use the fuel in tank to cool off the hot motor of the pump if you allow it run for more than just a few minutes with Low/no gas in tank they will overheat and fail , this maybe what has happened
when you replaced head gasket did you check the head and block for cracks??? my best guess is you have a cracked head or block is there oil in the coolant? is there water in the oil? is there white smoke coming out the tail pipe? is it still boiling over?
double check to make sure all timing marks line up (although dont think this is your problem usually if timing car wont run at all or will run poorly) do you have a check engine light on? if yes have your codes scanned disconnect the catalytic converter and see if runs better yes car will be loud but if it runs better/longer you know converter bad
The ignition switch and relay supply the power. Switch to relay, relay to pump. make a set of jumper wires and run them from battery to pump and see if pump runs . If it does its ok. Next pull fuel injection relay (under dash in fuse box)check it for burnt terminals , resistance and continuity. Its a good idea to get a shop manual for this car. This car is a pleasure to fix . After you pull relay for pump get a voltmeter and test the circuit for B+ (don't forget to put key in ignition and turn to the on position.
If you get B+ here switch is ok most likely relay is the culprit.
Remember there are two fuel pumps for this vehicle
One in the tank (accessable via trunk lift carpet and its in the right corner) the other under the car by the tank. have fun and good luck
CHECK AIR FILTER FOR RESTRICTION. A BAD SUPPLY PUMP. OUT OF FUEL. BLOCKED FUEL RETURN LINE. AIR LEAK IN SUCTION LINE. RESTRICTED FUEL FILTER. INOPERATIVE FAST IDLE. LOW IDLE SPEED AND DEFECTIVE INJECTION PUMP.THIS IS A LIST OF THINGS TO CHECK.
you must fill the fuel filter housing with diesel to eliminate air pocket. if you don't have diesel, fill it with automatic transmission fluid. it will smoke for a few seconds, but it will run so fuel pump can catch up. don't touch throttle for a few seconds till you know that it is running on diesel and the tranny fluid is all used up.