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Old 02-09-2014, 11:51 AM
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Actually, the '06 Ram does not have to be primed either. Just bump the starter without starting the engine and the fuel pump will continue to run for a short time. If you start the engine the first time out, it will momentarily run out of fuel.
Had mine for 6 years/ 170K+ miles since new in 06 and always did my oil, filters and transmission service. What you describe never worked for me, in fact I still have the manual somewhere and there is a procedure for priming/bleeding in case you run out of fuel and it is not that simple.
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Old 02-09-2014, 07:15 PM
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Those leaks are kind of perplexing. I assume your fuel system pressure is fine. The hoses surely are too new to have rotting issues, which kind of only leaves the clamps. And hey, nice watch!


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FYI you don't need to manually prime the fuel filter like you do on the earlier engines, the CDI's have in tank electrical fuel pumps. All you need to do is install the filter and turn on the ignition for 30 seconds before starting. And your engine will start on the first compression cycle

Just another reason why the CDI is better than a 240d.

Yep, if you love to replace sensors, a 616 is a really bad engine.
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