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Old 11-02-17, 01:05 PM   #1
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hi ive got a partner van it ran out of fuel and now wont start ive bleed system and it still has air in system can see bubbles in clear pipe the primer when you push down gets all wet with fuel and you can prime it around 5 times it goes hard the goes back easy to push after a second is my fuel filter housing causing it no to fire up?
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If the primer is getting wet it has a leak so it also has air going in so this is your problem
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im going to bypass the filter system tomorrow and put a hand a pump on and connect to the pipes to bypass it so hopefully should run then will buy new filter housing thanks for replying
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Old 11-02-17, 02:20 PM   #4
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Don't bypass the filter!!!. It will only take a small particle in the injection pump to ruin it.
Reliable 406 has nailed the cause of your problem I think, and if the priming pump has a leak there is a good chance some dirt or particles of the primer itself is in the fuel line.
The primer going slack after a few seconds indicates the incorporated non return valve is faulty.

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Old 11-02-17, 02:30 PM   #5
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I will only bypass it to see if it starts and runs if it does it shall buy a new housing filter as there 59pounds off Internet and don't want to be buying if not needed etc
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1.9 diesel has the plunger type primer built into filter case and they were rubbish thats why later stuff has the bulb primer as said above there is no need to bypass it it will be the problem.

You could possibly chop and change parts from other models to get the non primer filter case and separate primer bulb this would be more reliable.
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Old 11-02-17, 02:33 PM   #7
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would that cause it not to even start on easy start?
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These engines dont start well on easy start if you want confirmation towstart it it will need to be towed a little while in gear to overcome the airdraw but it will start although it may not run for long
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Old 13-02-17, 03:53 PM   #9
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ive put in 15 pounds of fuel ive put in a new fuel housing and it all starts for a few mins it will run fine then it will start to missfire and blow out white smoke if you switch it off then re start it its okay again for a few mins any ideas cheers/
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Old 13-02-17, 04:31 PM   #10
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ive also noticed that there is two breather pipes off under the throttle (egr) would that cause a missfire and smoke thanks
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