Changing the filters I have a question. I've got real problems bringing in back the fuel
through the primary filter by feeding it with the lift
pump and holding all screws tight. now on my 2cnd day and out of ideas.
From what I read on various forums
bulletins the problem in not having a fuel
feed with the lift
pump comes from air slipping out of the system where there are, f.ex. small spaces at seal rings and nuts (on the secondary filter f.ex where I had to replace one of the screws to a bigger and carve a new thread). Because air gets out there's no suck through the filter.
However when loosenin the airbleeds on the 2cndary filter or the screw on the primary there's a whoosh, so there should be some suck in there.
"Way to fix", f.e.x is to put external psi pressure on the system and see where the diesel
(/air) escapes I read.
I didn't soak the filter beforehand and am using new rubberring seal. Gear
is in neutral and half way and I tried in forward gear
half way too. I've been checking hoses leading into the filter for clogging, flow is all the way to the filter.
Somewhat a newbie question but I hope someone can help. How do I can flow through the primary filter?