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Old 07-11-2006, 01:32 PM
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Fuel leak - now won't start

Hey Boys n Girls,

Anyone care to venture what my problem is here? (Well - not the obvious one!). My 350SDL just started to leak fuel at the Injector Pump. I think it is a fuel delivery seal for the fuel line closest to the radiator. I was going to attempt it myself after purchasing the special socket for the spline nut. Today, I started it and it started and immediately died. Now all it does is turn but wont start. Is it possible this leak could be the cause of my starting problem? I would have thought that the 5 other cylinders would still fire. The local indy thinks so too. Seems to me they are connected somehow though I dont have the answer. Maybe a high pressure thing is the problem? Any help would be appreciated. This guy cant get to it till next week. Ahh the joys of rural life!

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Old 07-11-2006, 01:35 PM
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How is the fuel flow to the rest of the injectors? Air in the lines will stop any diesel from running properly.
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Old 07-11-2006, 01:37 PM
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Got air in the system when you replaced the seal? Easiest way i bleed the system is loosen up a couple of fuel line collars at the injectors, then crank the engine to push out the air.

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