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Changed fuel filter on diesel td40 new holland. now cranks but wont start. is there a bleeder valve? does not look like filter is full of diesel - only about 30% full where it was full before I changed it. thanks

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Remove the filter and fill it to max before you put it on. If this doesn't fix it you can try putting air pressure on tank. I do this by putting a line from compressor in side tank. (not deep enough to get into fuel). I seal around the lid with a rag to seal it up and develop air pressure. Give it a try. This has worked for me, good luck.

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