MK4 1994 2.5 TD 100ps Lucas EPIC Pump
OK I have fitted new fuel lines between the fuel filter and the injection pump, fitted new joints on the lines on the other side of the filter and fitted new filter housing (yeah tightened a bolt too much be verrrry carefull these don't work on tightning!).
Any way, i started the engine (after MY bleeding proceedure which is geuss and try).
The engine doesn't sound smooth like running vrrmm vrrm puff puff vrrrmmm vrrm pufff puff.. Is this air??
I'm thinking i still have air in the lines somewhere.. What is the correct bleeding procedure? Do i crack open all FOUR injectors turn the engine over, close them and then try a start??? Or can i just crack number one open turn engine over, close it then try to start.
I think i have worn out my starter in the proccess..
Before i changed the leads it was purrrrring just fine!! Also, the filter housing came with a new filter. But since the one i already had on was new i put the old one back on deciding to save the OEM one for a later filter change. Could the filters be different?
Diesel is leaking somewher but i don't know if its at the return lead on the filter housing or if its coming from the filter itself
I need to get it running to conclude my other post, and be gone with frustratingly see my truck out their everymorning and not being able to use it..