Question about 1985 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
Leave the bleeder open-as per the military manual on these-with a cup or bottle under it to be neat, plus if working by yourself, you can see when you are getting lots of fuel, then you can close it. I then crack all the injectors until I get steady fuel. Like they said , strong batteries and patience. 20-30 seconds per crank, then wait for at least 5-10 minutes for the batteries and starter to cool down. Or else you'll burn up the starter...
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
There should be a bleeder next to the fuel filter, either on top or on the side...start by cranking you motor a few times and stop...then open the bleeder...you should hear some air and maybe see some diesel fuel come out...next shut the bleeder and crank motor again.....repeat the process untill you have a steady flow of diesel fuel with out air....close bleeder and your good to go...
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