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How do I recharge a feul injection system when it runs out of gas

It turns over but won't start

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There is no recharging any fuel system

There are two types-return & returnless
Meaning the fuel goes back to the tank or it doesn't

Either way when the key is turned on, so is the fuel pump

If the engine tries to start then any air preceeding the fuel,
comes out into the cylinders

You have to check for a functioning fuel pump

If it is 20 years old or you ran it out of fuel,it may
have failed.

Listen for the pump at the tank while someone cycles
the ignition key.

Just the pump at the relay,test for fuel pressure at the fuel rail
etc

Posted on Jan 19, 2013

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