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Find the Schrader valve (has a cap like a tire stem) on the fuel line by the TB and carefully press it straight in gently. to burp it. It may take several tries before the air bubble is gone and all the bad gas with water, etc from the bottom of the tank is out. If you bend the pin, it won't stop leaking afterwards.
If that doesn't work, then best case scenario is put a bit of fuel (spoonful) in throttlebody and start. If it doesn't stay running, then change the fuel filter (crud from the bottom of the tank may have blocked it up) And if that doesn't work, have someone crank while you thump the bottom of the tank.
The pump may be stuck with grit, or overheated due to no fuel to cool it (in which case the fuel pump relay may be shot and/or fuel pump is shot) They don't like being run too low on fuel.
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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