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My little brother ran my jetta out of gas completely. how do i get the air out of the line

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You can simply open the pipes going to the injectors losen them try to start the car for few seconds till you see all the bubbles stopped coming in the diesel. Then fit them back and try to start it. try to keep cranking for at least 30seconds continuous...it should be ok

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