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Is there a trick to bleeding off the gas line manifold on top. What are the common indicators that there is air in the line?

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NO TRICK TO BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE. FILL RESERVOIR WITH FLUID , LEAVE CAP OFF, LOOSEN BLEEDER , MONITOR RESERVOIR KEEPING IT FULL. STOP WHEN YOU SEE NO MORE AIR BUBBLES. WORKS BETTER WITH 2 PEOPLE BUT ONE PERSON CAN ACHIEVE NO PROB. HOPE THIS HELPS!

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Habor freight sells the high pressure fuel line removal tools. Get your Basic repair manual for your vehical , always good to keep in the car cause you never know when you might need some information on your vehicle, this will tell you how to do it step by step and has some pictures to help. Also includes the wiring diagram for electrical. Most cases you can turn on ignition switch to on, do not start it, and lossen fuel line connection, as fuel pump is on air will bleed out of connection and as soon as fuel appears close/tighten connection, good idea to have plenty of rags to catch fuel that drips out. Some times can just bleed at fuel rail and try cranking to get the rest out through normal operation. You can also have a bleed port. Always refer to your repair manual which you can pick up at just about any large name auto parts stores

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