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fuel problem but ?? what?? now that is the question either you have run out of fuel or you have bio fuel and it clogged the filter up with hard clear crystaline .to a cracked feed pipe dragging in air .i would need to know what year and weither it has a injector pump or its common rail to advise further
Before start driving your vehicle use this check list.
Turn on key but don't start engine, listen for pump noise, check your fuel pressure and then turn your engine off. Check your fuel pressure again and read the difference if any. Possible fuel pump malfunctioning and loosing fuel pressure. Check your fuel filter and replace it, check your spark plugs and vires, check PCV valve, check your battery for charge, check your alternator for charge, check your vacuum hoses.There is so much components that could cause this to happen but try to check all things and you will be abble to pin point the problem.
Normally, only 2 things stop a diesel from firing: 1. no fuel 2. not enough compression
No fuel can be caused by (obviously no fuel) or a failed fuel pump. To test, have someone turn the engine over and then sniff at the exhaust - does it smell of unburned diesel? (If you've run out of diesel recently, you may have an airlock in the system, this needs bleeding out.)
Not enough compression needs specialised equipment to test - that's a garage job.
it doesnt have a carb its fuel injected so the pump may have gone out the fuel is also coolant for the fuel pump if its below 1/4 tank the pump doesnt cool off as well so if it was empty enough times you probably ruined the fuel pump
Try rapping your started with a hammer a couple of times. It sounds to me you are having starter problems, not you fuel pump. If this works it may be only tempory and your starter may "freeze up" again. If so, you are probably in need of a new starter.