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If your filter is full of fuel, then you only need to bleed the injector lines.
Trying to put compressed air through the fuel lines does not sound like a good plan.
To bleed the injector lines:
Crack the nut on top the injectors about a quarter turn.
Crank the engine with the throttle to the floor. Crank 10 seconds, wait 2 minutes.
When a line starts getting damp close the nut with a wrench.
Should start before you get all eight closed.
May not be the fuel system, it could be an electrical problem. Make sure you get 12 volts at the FSS (fuel shutoff solenoid) both with the key in the on position and the start position. If the FSS does not get 12 volts while cranking it will never start. Mine ran fine one-day and would not start the next day because of a $9 switch.
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Last edited by Joe Mc; 06-29-2010 at 07:29 AM.