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fuel filter and fuel lines.
 

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TheBac;1569597; said:
fuel filter and fuel lines.
I agree, your turning over, make sure your getting fuel.
 

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I dont think im getting power to my fuel pump,I primed the filter but no fire.Is there any way to jump the pump?Also the engine light stays on while cranking,I was told it whould shut off while u turn it over.
 

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Did you flip it back over?:angel:
 

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You may have to just pump it more. Flipping it could cause more air than you think.
 

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i agree with mvnvltn, keep priming the filter. also check all fuses. do a visual check of anything that might have been damaged when you rolled. now you might as well tell us what happened. wil
 

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did any of the engine comp get wet? If you got crud on some of your sensors, like your MAF that wil give you tons of trouble aswell. There is no pump on your truck it pulls fuel with vacum. (other than on your filter)
 

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are you able to scan codes?
 

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engine was out of the water but fuse box has a little bit of dirt in it . fuses seem to be all good. any way to power bleed the fuel? what about the ecm? fuel line goes through it.
 

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Have you checked the filter to see if your getting prime?
 

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This maybe a sour topic but got any picks? I know how it feels I rolled my yota and is took forever to get things going again. Good luck.
 

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its not going to pump fuel. the system uses vacum. now you need to pump it more.:banghead:
 

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there is not in tank pump I am pretty sure. your fuel pump is inside the injection pump. it is a pump that sucks it up from the tank, and into the high pressure portion of the pump. if you disconnect the fuel line, and crank it, you won't get anything. just prime it using the filter priming pump until you feel fuel. then about 15 more pumps. if you do this, and still don't get fuel, you have an engine control problem.
 
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