Stopped at the food store today. Got back in and the truck wont start. It cranks and cranks but wont start. The FASS pump runs for a long time after I stop turning the key. Any help much needed.
yea if your low on fuel, its possible you picked up some air from the tank. mine does it. do what hoffscummins said, crack a few lines loose to try and bleed the air out. if there is not any fuel coming out (where you cracked the lines) while your cranking, it could be a injection pump. if you are squirting fuel, tighten em back up and crank it over again. should fire uphow much fuel u got in ur truck? poss got any air pocket in fuel line try and crack the 3 linkes loose and crank it then tighten them and also poss dirty fuel filters, that happened to mine and turned out to b air pocket in fuel system. but i could be wrong just a few cheap things to check and start with
glad to hear it wasnt your vp44 :$:Thanks for the info guys. I was parked on a slight hill and it was about an eigth tank in there. So I rolled it back onto level ground, put a few more gallons in it, and in the fuel filter canister, and she fired after a few more cranks, didnt have to crack any lines thankfully. At $4.25 a gallon passing on by the fuel pumps isnt too hard. Guess I shot myself in the foot with that one.
yup kinda like my headgasket and stock shafts in the tranny :thud: only time will tell....So was I. Spending $1200 is the last thing I need right now. Didnt think it would be though cause im always watchin the gauge. Just jumped in and it wouldnt start, the vp44 was the dark image lurking in the back of my head though.
:welcome: :CRY: With the cost of diesel it might be cheaper to replace the VP 44 :rofSo was I. Spending $1200 is the last thing I need right now. Didnt think it would be though cause im always watchin the gauge. Just jumped in and it wouldnt start, the vp44 was the dark image lurking in the back of my head though.