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Sometimes it may take awhile. Make sure the filter canister is filled with diesel. If cycling the pujmp doesnt help, start by bleeding at the filter housing to the VP44 and at least one (maybe two) injector lines.
Bleed the filter. You should be able to get it started with just that, but if not you will need to bleed 1, 3, and 4. Open them up good and have someone crank until you get the air out and it tries to start. Tighten the nuts after the air bleeds out, and crank until it starts. Do not crank longer than 30 seconds at a time. Once it starts let it run for a while to get all of the air bled out.
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