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Just changed broken fuel line on 99 f350 7.3l and wont start now

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Loosen the cap on the top of the fuel filter slightly. Then turn the key on and off until all the air gets out of the line. Have someone help you so that you can turn the key off as soon as steady fuel is coming out the top of the filter. Tighten the cap back down and start it up. note: it will be messy

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You can try this, turn on ignition, you should hear a whirrling noise from the fuel pump, if you hear it, turn ignition off, wait a few seconds, turn it back on, do this 3 to 4 times, so the fuel pump can build up some pressure, then hold the pedal down about half way while your cranking the engine. If there isn't anything else wrong, it should start.

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