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We think it ran out of fuel! left it idling when we came back it wasn't running and wouldn't turn over, we assume it's the fuel. Being a diesel we will need to bled it, how do we do that?

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Just loosen the injector ports that go in the multi-port sys til fuel and tighten.................Hope this helps.

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