What does live data say the fuel rail pressure is at crank it should be almost 300 bar for a start condition, if substantially less then it simply won’t start. It could be the O ring on the fuel pressure regulator or a bypassing injector that is leaking off rail pressure and preventing useable starting pressures to be reached.
Oct 04, 2020 · This particular model can run for 24 hours on just one gallon of diesel fuel which is quite impressive! This heater also features automatic temperature control and diagnostics for the best efficiency. The heater runs through four different stages of regulation, so it can be adjusted properly.
Jan 24, 2012 · I got sidetracked onto all sorts . . . glowplugs, fuel filter, fuel delivery pump, etc etc. Turned out that all it needed was a new Battery (after 7 years!). But one obvious scenario to avoid, I guess, is to get into a very cold car, and unthinkingly to wind the heater up to maximum , and then to try to start it!
Put in fridge for 15-30mins then fill till you hear it stop I do not use this filter while refilling tanks, I only use it while attached to Mr. Buddy Heater to catch impurities. There is a relief valve on top of tank, you can pull it to release dead air from the tank to make room for more propane.
Jan 30, 2020 · The fuel filter is required for the other big buddy hose options that do not include the regulator though. see less The Mr. Heater fuel filter is not needed when you are using the 12' big buddy hose with the regulator. That hose has a quick coupler which will not allow the fuel filter to connect to.
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[More Fuel Filter Replacement Tips] Any tips to make fuel filter replacement easier? [Response 1: Neos] Don't do it the way I did. I did not raise the car (740) high enough, and doing so caused me to not have the best of angles (and room to work) to hold all in proper position.