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This is a general answer, but it might help. Diesel engines suck the fuel from the tank, so it is possible that one of your lines or fittings has a small hole, or is somehow letting air in. Check the lines for corrosion, kinks etc. and check/tighten any fittings from the tank forward. Good luck!
Posted on May 16, 2019
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