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Behind the prime button theres 2 hoses where do they go

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If this is an engine heat system it may be that there is a vapour lock (air trapped in the heater core)
I would try to purge the air out by priming the heater core from the hoses near the engine. That involves (with the engine cold) dis-connecting the hoses (Plug the engine connections so you don't lose a lot of coolant) and use a garden hose to fill (prime) the hoses and heater core. Quickly re-connect the hoses and you should be OK.
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Had the pressure bypass valve malfunction on my 2.5 jeep put new oil pump in and with 45lbs. Oil pressure motor still sounds dry of oil,what gives?


it's not priming.
that grease trick helps.
is this some china pump off fleabay or a real jeep pump..???
did you do the below.:
1: the grease sure. and then prime the filter and the gallery behind the
filter.
2: With fuel and spark defeated, and spark plugs removed then with pressure gauge attached to sender port, did you crank it to get max pressure (my guess is this is the step you are posting on.)
i never start any engine, (after majors) unless i get #2 to work first the number 3, which is top end oil checks.

the pump is no priming.
In pro shops they make up a priming tool. so new engines are never
started, 1st time dry, ever.
one way is just a tank full of oil and shop air, and 2 valve.


maybe the new pumps relieve valve is stuck open, fully.
i rebuild my own classic engines, after all that work !!! i never
ever, skip these steps.
and for 100% sure, good pressure, and top end oiling on any major work.
one of the top brand pump makers. VIDEO
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOYLlr8uQ8k
NEVER !

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If you have a Gas engine there is a safety switch called an Inertia switch. You should be able to hear the Fuelpump prime the system for 1 or 2 seconds when the key is turned to Run position. If you do not hear the Fuelpump, the Inertia switch has a pushbutton on it for Reset. Just hold the button down for 2 seconds, then try to start the truck.

If you still do not hear the Fuelpump there is a Relay in one of the Black boxes under the hood. There is also a fuse under the dash. The Inertia switch can be behind a Kickpanel. Check your Operators Manual.

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