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The hand primer is located on the lift pump on the side of the block. Its the one that looks a bit like one you would see on an old carbureted car. Open the bleed screw above the fuel filter and pump the primer untill air free fuel comes out. It is going to take quite a few pumps to get all the air out, so keep at it! Fuel will start coming out with air, so put a drain pan underneath and let it pump untill there is little to no air and just fuel. then close the bleeder. loosen all six injector lines a few turns at the injector ends and turn the engine over. you should soon see steady spurts of fuel, again letting it go a bit more than absolutely necisary is ok, the more air you ge out, the better. then tighten the injector lines and start the truck. it may run rough and blow some white smoke for a bit, but it should even out in about thirty (30) seconds. Durning this time, you may have to keep your foot on the accelerator to keep it running. Going over 1/4 throttle shouldnt be necissary.
2014 CCLB 4x4 Tradesman. 5th wheel prep, upfitter switches, LSD, plow prep, on board air, amp bedstep
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