Join Date: Sep 2000
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Re: How do I bleed air from the fuel system?
Yes they can take along time to get the air out of the heads since the fuel dead ends there. The key is to not get air there in the first place so don't run out of fuel and after you change the filter turn the key on and let the pump run until you hear it build pressure and stop. That is what I do and I hav enever had a problem after changing the filter. The fuel returns to the tank from the filter housing so that should get all of the air out before it gets a chance to get in the heads. The only way to get the air out of the heads would be to pull the plugs in the back and that would be a big pain.
2000 F250 CC, PSD, Lariat, 4X4, DP Tuner 80HP PCM, AIS air filter, 4" Magnaflow SS Exhaust, Isspro Overhead Gauges, In-tank mod, Homemade CCV, AIH delete
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