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Old 05-31-2019, 07:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Dalton Baker View Post
Iíll try it but I donít think it will considering I drained the bowl completely and tried turning the key with the lid on and it didnít fill a drop. Had to fill it manually. Iím gonna pull the line off the front of the pump and see if itís even pumping
I missed that part somehow. Then you need to figure out why fuel isn't flowing. If you could attach a hose to the rear of the pump into a container of diesel and try that. While you're back there you can try sucking out of the fuel tank and see if you have a problem from the rear.
 
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Think I found the problem. Parts will be in tomorrow. Also found the top half of a gas can stuck in the filler hose. Once I replace these I will let you guys know whatís going on.
 
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Old 06-01-2019, 05:19 PM
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do research for hutch and harpoon mods. well worth it for very little money and you all ready have the tank open
 
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I wouldn't put that stupid mixing chamber back in. Do the hutch mod so you never have to drop the tank again.
 
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Old 06-04-2019, 06:43 PM
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Well I did the hutch and harpoon. Ended up putting a new fuel pump in. Fired right up after that. Ran for about two minutes then once I gave it gas I noticed it seemed like a miss then it died out and wonít fire at all. When it first started it was blowing a lot of white smoke. Now it donít blow anything when cranking over. Back to square one. Iím almost to the scrapping point
 
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What kind of filter did you use for the mod? check all your connections well to make sure you're not suck air. Is new pump filling the bowl?
 
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Iím getting a lot of pressure up to the bowl. I ran the pump and then cracked that valve in back and fuel sprays everywhere. Had a bunch of air in it at first but it got better after doing it awhile
 
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Old 06-12-2019, 06:17 AM
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Still no hits. Just sits and cranks. Should I replace the Ipr? I remember someone saying something about the relays behind the dash by the radio. Should I test those?
 
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Originally Posted by Dalton Baker View Post
Iím getting a lot of pressure up to the bowl. I ran the pump and then cracked that valve in back and fuel sprays everywhere. Had a bunch of air in it at first but it got better after doing it awhile
Check the fuel filter. Who knows what might have been trapped in the lines and with the new pressure blew through.
 
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After rereading it i didn't see it mentioned anywhere, so, what's the oil level?

Also after all that cranking, have you charged the batteries? PCM has to see over 10.5v while cranking to even fire injectors.
 
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Old 06-13-2019, 08:02 AM
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After rereading it i didn't see it mentioned anywhere, so, what's the oil level?

Also after all that cranking, have you charged the batteries? PCM has to see over 10.5v while cranking to even fire injectors.
I had the batteries on the charger for quite awhile. I have one new one and the other probably needs replaced
 
 


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