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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
whoever installed the egr valve, if it wasnt you, just cleared the engine codes, thus giving you this problem once again. Get it scanned at autozone, and go from there.
Posted on May 18, 2009
CHECK ELECTRIC FUEL PUMP FUSE THAT SUPPLYS THE INJECTION PUMP FUEL.IF ALL IS GOOD.REPLACE FUEL FILTER AND AIR FILTER.MAKE SURE GLOW PLUGS AND GLOW PLUGS CONTROLLER IS WORKING. IF NOT. THAT WILL CAUSE NO STARTING PROBLEMS BIG TIME.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
This is not going to be fun.... With dry lines it's always a pain to start a diesel. I have a couple of things to try. First attempt..... open the drain on the fuel filter, do a key on ignition off 3 times for about 30 seconds each time. Then close the filter drain and try starting it. It might run a bit rough for a few miles but it should work itself out as you drive it. If this doesn't work we'll need to try something else.
Attempt two...... Find the pump reservoir. It should be located in a fairly easy to find place. I think it's either just on top of the filter, or just after the pump. There should be a small allen head screw on top of that. Check the level with a clean piece of wire. It should be within a half inch of the top. You can fill that with diesel through there also. If that's dry, fill it. It's going to take a micro funnel to get it filled. If you roll a sheet of paper up to make a funnel that should work in a pinch. Just make sure the cone that you make has a really tiny opening that just fits in the hole. If this doesn't fix it you'll probably have do open the fuel rails up... With excessive cranking you may have pumped a lot of air into the rails the plugs are located on the fuel rail. There's a fuel rail plug, 1/8 npt, on the right front(passenger side) and left rear head on the slant of the head.
Give these a go and see what happens.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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