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Ran out of diesel and now it wont start
First off you need a good battery or jumper leads as it takes a bit of cranking. You usually don't have to do it at the pump you crack it were the hard line goes into the injector. Back that nut of just enough that you can wriggle the hard line just a little. Then crank the motor over until you see that there are no air bubbles coming out with the fuel. Then tighten the nut while still cranking, after a couple have been bleed the engine will try to run. After the engine is running repeat the bleeding process to each injector again. It does help if you can hook you some low pressure air to the fuel tank and make sure that the fuel has reached the filter and pump before you start.
Posted on Apr 03, 2015
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