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You will have to bleed the fuel filters then open the bleed screw on the injection pump. Physically pump the arm on your fuel pump until fuel is present at the injection pump bleeder. Then snug the bleeder closed. Turn the engine over with the starter, while cracking the injector lines open at the injector fittings, one at a time until fuel is present. Once you have fuel, snug the fitting closed and it should run at this point. let the starter rest between bleeding injectors to avoid damaging the starter
The system is self bleeding, no bleed port is needed. You can use the fuel pressure test port to bleed it if you want, but just holding the gas pedal to the floor while you crank the engine will bleed the air out very quickly..
IF you have steel lines to the injectors then crack the injector nuts and turn over until the fuel drips from the nuts. Check that you connected the stop solenoid at the pump as it will not allow start until it receives power from the ignition. Bleed any bleed screws on the pump