Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Pocono Mountains in beautiful eastern Pennsylvania
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Don't want to sound like a smart alec, but do you have fuel in the tank?
You need at least 1/2 tank, both front and rear, reason is this, Foot valve in tank will eventually fail, leaving the last 3 inches or so of fuel out of reach. Also , selector valve may get stuck, so you might have air coming in from an empty tank.
After fuel level has been established, air must be manually bled from the fuel filter and the injection pump.
Then, open the injector lines a few turns,(till the nut is a bit loose),at the injector.
Crank engine to remove air from lines.
You may want a battery charger hooked up while you do this, as a long cranking session will drain batteries. These engines need a bit of speed while cranking,low batteries will compound any previous problems.
I don't check in here that often, but others are around, I'm sure enough talent and experience exist here to help you with this.