slopoke Posted June 3, 2008 Share Posted June 3, 2008 OK I have a 2003 Mack vision with 450000 or so. It is a septic pumper and in great shape(was) Its been running fine and never had any problems and serviced by Mack. Yesterday I blew a coolant line to the fuel processor and since Mack didnt have the line I went to Napa and had a line made. Stranded on the road I disconected the line from the pump and routed it to the manifold and bypassed the processor. Drove it home and parked it. I get in it this morning and it fires up sputters and shuts off. I replaced the filter and re-install the lines to the fuel processor and nothing. It will puff light smoke but will not start. Was bypassing the processor a bad Idea? It still builds up a little preassure but not making it to the injectors. I have mechanical experiance but limited diesle. Squirt fuel into the breather and starts fine but wont stay running Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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