The engine will not run on ether alone,the most likely thing thats wrong is the fuel metering valve in the injector pump is stuck in the stop position,try bleeding the pipes first,loosen each injector pipe at the injectors a few turns,on full throttle crank the engine over on the starter,there should be a spurt of fuel from each pipe union,if it does spurt the fuel out tighten up the nuts and the engine will probably start,if there is no spurt the top cover of the pump needs to be taken off and the metering valve moved to the run position,the valve will stick in the stop position if when the engine was stopped it was left there,there are two pipes attached to each injector,the ones you need to loosen are the biggest of the two that the bottom ends are attached the pump.
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