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Re: MF175 will not start

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you have got air in the system when you changed the filter, bleed as follows on top of the filter housing there is a bolt best i remember it takes a 1/2 wench to loosen it open it up a round or so pump the primer handle on the fuel lift pump until fuel without air comes out, tighten the bolt do this for each filter if it has 2 ,starting with the primary if it has 2 ,you may have to turn the engine a little to get the pump arm to the bottom of the cam lobe so the hand primer to work,once you get the filters bleed open the bleeder screw on the side of the injector pump, pump primer pump until no air is in the fuel close that bleeder screw, open the one on top bleed it the same then close it,loosen at least 3 injector lines at the injectors,put throttle in the wide open position, fuel shut off in the start position, try starting the engine when the first one of the injectors drips fuel stop turning tighten that line ,turn it over again tighten the next one that drips,turn it again it will more the likely start even though the line has not been tightened shut it off tighten the last your good to go,DON'T ALLOW THE FUEL COMMING FROM THE INJECTOR LINES TO CONTACT YOU IT'S UNDER AT LEAST 2500 PSI AND CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURIES

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