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How do I get the air out of the gas lines of my ford F250?

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Take it this is a diesel engine ,first open the drain plug on the bottom of your fuel you may have water in there ,just a very small now close pump up the fuel pump ,to get the fuel back in the pump.keep pumping the pump till it goes hard with fuel in as you are doing this ,get someone to start the engine as you keep pumping .the engine should now start.if not start again as air will still be in your fuel line .

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