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Seems like you haven't got all the air off the system. Even worn out plungers would build up pressure enough to get the fuel off the realeased nuts on the injector lines. I'd put an electric fuel pump in the line between the tank and the prime pump. Switch it on for half a minute to make good fuel flow in the lines and injection pump body than try cranking with it still on. Usually takes all air away in a matter of seconds and the engine fires up if the rack is in the correct position and the mecanical parts are solid. Vlad

Никогда не бывает слишком много грузовиков! leversole 11.2012

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I have all injector  lines off the pump . So I didn’t put anything bad to the injectors . I put bp blaster in the fuel line going in the pump blow it with my mouth till it came out the return then turned the pump . Then filled it again now wait till tomorrow to see how it looks . I also spayed blaster were the lines go on the pump. Thanks for the help 

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