Join Date: Jan 2019
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Ok, good. I just wondered how much of this you would be able to do on your own. Most kids your age, nowadays wouldn't know a wrench from a pencil. LOL
Ok, first, stop. Take a step back. Collect your thoughts. You are smarter than this truck. You CAN not only find the problem yourself, but you can fix it yourself.
Go back to the basics. I know you already replaced parts. I know you already bled the lines. But what you are describing is a fuel delivery problem, as far as I can tell.
So you need to go back to the basics. Crack the injectors and crank it. If fuel comes out of every injector, I'm not sure where to go from there.
If none comes out... Tighten them back up, and move on to the feed line to the injector pump. Crack that one, right at the nose of the pump. If you have fuel there, you may need to replace the injector pump.
If none comes out at the IP feed pipe at the nose, move on, to the fuel filter and housing.
Can you see the path, there? Just keep working back until you find fuel coming at a reliable rate. Heck, it could be as easy as a plugged line back further toward the tank. Or the tank switch is going bad...
Whatever you find, there is one other piece of advice I'd like to give you. The cheapest vehicle, is the one you already own. These trucks are extremely reliable. Learning to take care of them, or fix them is nowhere near the learning curve it is for gas engines, and more modern trucks and cars. If you fix this and sell it, then buy another... you are just selling problems that you know about, for someone else's problems that they probably won't even tell you about...
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