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  1. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    aww i get it. i wasnt thinking. i would have to get some kind of fitting that would attach into the back of the lift pump that has a barb so i can attach a hose
  2. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    but as it pulls fuel through the leak wont fuel come out?
  3. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    lol no this isnt the truck in the description. this is my other 2001, its all stock... my baby in the description boosts 50-55 yes i did starter fluid. started the truck right up but unless i kept giving it a shot it would immediately die. thats the other thing is i literally have a tank on 'f' and if i bump the key or crank i dont get any leaking fuel anywhere if i close up the injector nuts
  4. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    thanks for the support. ya ive checked. thats one place where i have even bled multiple times. i really dont know what to do from here. i mean, is it possible that the vp is shot? only code i have is for an overboost, which i always get for some reason, i dont even boost above 20psi.
  5. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    i checked them all when i had the raptor on there and then obviously when putting the stock LP on i made sure it was all tight, but it does seem like air is somehow getting sucked up.
  6. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    well..another day failed to start. just got back in from another hour of trying to get it going. this time i bled in every place i could till i got good clean fuel. at the injectors i was getting a small stream from #1, #4 and #5 were getting pretty good fuel but it was foamy and a mix of spray/running out. still no fuel from #3. no matter how much i bumped or cranked or bled the fuel coming out of 4/5 was foamy. i then decided to throw on my stock IP and bleed from everywhere again. same situation. decent fuel from 4 and 5 but foamy, a little from 1 and none from #3
  7. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    just keep cranking? i feel like im getting no where and am going to eventually ruin a lift pump, injection pump, starter, batteries or the engine as a whole
  8. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    ive done it all, slightly cracked, 2-4 turns loose. like i said it just doesnt seem like its getting enough pressure to the injectors
  9. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    thank you all for the help. i just got back inside from trying to bleed it for an hour and no luck. i did get fuel to lines 1 and 3 which is a plus, but its just not high enough pressure i think..at one point it started hiccuping like it wanted to but then stopped.then after that i couldnt get any fuel out of line 3, a slight dribble/flow from line 1 and line four was getting the most, but still not spraying out. i am getting high pressure fuel at the injection pump (it sprays everywhere when you loosen the banjo bolt.
  10. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    yes yes i know.
  11. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    are you cranking while doing this or no
  12. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    sadly, i dont have a gauge on this truck, just a low pressure warning light. ive been wanting to get one but this is #3 out of my 3 cummins and doesnt get driven much, and it all stock so unless a raptor completely fails it shouldnt have a problem supplying fuel. you just blew it down into the filler neck?
  13. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    ya figured better be safe than sorry
  14. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    that was my next thought. can i spray a light mist over the intake runner or do i need to put the horn back on for sure, i tr y to keep them as tight as i can while still getting fuel out because it does start to spray all over. i just put a airdog on my truck in the description and one bump to clear the lines out into a container, one ore bump while it was hooked up, crank for about 5 seconds and she fired right up
  15. cumminsVP2001

    is my vp44 shot

    yes i have. i always do after a lift pump change
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