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Mitsubishi Diesel Problems

Truck won't start, drove and when parked up for night, would not start in morning. Had technician out and diagnostics said no fuel getting to engine. Is this a fuel pump issue, filter or under the bonnet

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I do not know what model of truck you do have ,but I will give you an advise,most probably close to your problem. lift the bonnet and check the fuel filter if is the one with a small pump on top of it.If so just remove the hose leaving the filter to fuel pump and start pumping the filter top to see whether fuel is coming out. If yes means that the problem you face is not the feeding to pump. To go for more investigation,go by the injectors and just loose one of the injectors top pipe nut and ask somebody to give a crank start and watch if fuel comes out from the top nut of the injector.If no fuel comes out from there but fuel goes to the feeding fuel pump,just go by the fuel pump and there is a solenoid which is for the fuel cut-off and surely stop working not allowing fuel to get in the fuel pump. Renew it and the problem solved. ( if it is this type of engine.)

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Injectors could be blocked but i would go with an injector pump or fuel pump.

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