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Changed fuel filter bled injector lines no fuel bubbling out fuel runs out of lines on injector side of fuel bowl will not pump fuel to injectors

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Hi Lauren the easiest way to Blead these systems is to suck the fuel through the return line at the filter. This pulls all the fuel and air through the high pressure pump and primes the injectors. This is the most efficient way to do the job. Because even a small amount of air in the high pressure pump will prevent it from starting.

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Did you replace the filter and lines because of the airlocked injectors or did you get the problem after changing the filter and lines? Did you replace the injectors?

On the TDI's it takes a lot to get them bled. Even just replacing the fuel filter can be a pain. It is recommended to fill the filter with fuel through the center opening when replacing. I usually just take the old filter and pour it into the new filter. Try this and you still may have to crank it several times(many, many times). Let me know if there is any change.

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