Based on my experience with my buddy's tractor, sometimes a "good" purge just isn't good enough. The last time I had to purge his 3 times before I could get it to run. I even had LOTS of smoke and it still wouldn't run. Keep purging until there is no air bubbles coming from the lines at the injectors.Alright, I am stumped as my diesel engine experience is 0. I have purged all my injectors and my G152 still will not start. It turns over and smokes a little, but never starts. What should I try next? Do you think I need to remove the injectors and clean them? What else do I need to look at?
Any advice is appreciated.
Make sure you start the purge at the pump.
1. No air coming into the pump.
2. No air coming out of the pump at the injector line to the injector.
3. No air at the injector.
I have had tractors start with one injector line loose (It was only a 2 cylinder)
NO, I do not recommend pulling the injectors!