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I have a 94 Chevy 6.5 l I just put another injector pump on

Bobby's55!

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I have a 94 6.5 turbo diesel just change injector pump still not getting any fuel to the injector I checked the PDM put it on my other truck fire right up that's not the problem can somebody please tell me what I can do or give me some pointers or something
 

ak diesel driver

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Pull the glow pugs and loosen the injector lines and see if you can get fuel to the injectors doing that. With the glow plugs removed the engine spins easier and faster saving your starter, plus the cylinder doesn't build much pressure so the fuel isn't struggling to push the air through
 

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Do you have an extension harness on the PMD? If so check it , i had one with bad crimp one wire, one end gave me fits
 

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You need to put 12V direct to the Lift Pump and let it run continously while cranking.
With that, you need 2 batteries in tip top shape fully charged.

It will take a while to crank, do the tip suggested above.
If everything is good and you did not mess up the install, it should start after cranking for a few minutes.
Make sure you paused for starter to cool down.
 

Bobby's55!

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Pull the glow pugs and loosen the injector lines and see if you can get fuel to the injectors doing that. With the glow plugs removed the engine spins easier and faster saving your starter, plus the cylinder doesn't build much pressure so the fuel isn't struggling to push the air through
Thank you I will try that today
 

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Pull the glow pugs and loosen the injector lines and see if you can get fuel to the injectors doing that. With the glow plugs removed the engine spins easier and faster saving your starter, plus the cylinder doesn't build much pressure so the fuel isn't struggling to push the air through
I did just that and it fire right up thank you for the advice you really know what you are talking about really right on it .
 
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