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I own a 2000 dodge ram 2500. About a week ago I went out and started it up and was going down the road and it just died. It has been cold here so my first thought was that the fuel was gelled up. So I pulled it back to my house where I put some diesel 911 de-geller in it, and swaped the fuel filter out. I tryed starting it and it would not start. So I then manually bleed the injector lines hoping this would do the trick but still does not start. If I use starting fluid it will turn over for about 2 seconds then die again. I have done everything that I can think of so if anyone has had the same problem and knows how to fix it.....
 

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Do you know your lift pump fuel pressure?
When you replace the fuel filter, you need to fill the filter housing 3/4 full with clean fuel.
Check my gallery for fuel pressure checking.
 
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