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Thread: GU won't start

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    Could that possibly mean a bad earth, for what Patrols are renouned for.
    Hot and windy up your way so more than the Patrol on your mind
    04 ST 3lt auto, not enough Mods to keep me happy, but getting there

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    Ok just picked the GU up ,7 hours labour plus parts $<500 .
    Computer says IP and clear plastic hose says no leaks so everything points to IP , mechanic not convinced and investigates further and find an air lock past the point of the plastic hose .
    He has done some mods with blanking off and putting in a tee piece and replacing a crap load of perished hose , GU now runs like the ones in the commercial from years ago and I'm happy as a pig in mud .
    No longer throwing error codes and I've just given it a thrashing all good .

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    Quote Originally Posted by GQtdauto View Post
    Ok just picked the GU up ,7 hours labour plus parts $<500 .
    Computer says IP and clear plastic hose says no leaks so everything points to IP , mechanic not convinced and investigates further and find an air lock past the point of the plastic hose .
    He has done some mods with blanking off and putting in a tee piece and replacing a crap load of perished hose , GU now runs like the ones in the commercial from years ago and I'm happy as a pig in mud .
    No longer throwing error codes and I've just given it a thrashing all good .
    Good outcome mate..
    I wonder though how many people would have just copped a new IP on the chin , even though it wasn't ....
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    Exactly , and what he did I can't quite explain due to meds im on and understanding just what he showed and explained but seems the point of fuel return was most of the problem .
    So he has bypassed it with the t piece , genius or hack who knows but I'm happy .
    Also another solution if any one else goes searching .

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    Yeah great outcome that’s for sure!


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    X 2 great outcome
    I hope you have enough meds for everyone ha ha
    We love our meds, well the older ones who rattle do lol
    04 ST 3lt auto, not enough Mods to keep me happy, but getting there

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    Joy didn't last long was back in next day , fuel hand prime pump seal must have shit itself and was intermittent letting air in

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    Try one of these in addition to a new filter top one. Makes priming so much easier. Not all are diesel compatible. This one is cheap too. Mine, (not this specific one) has been on several years now, but if it ever fails it's easy to take out of the line & rejoin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuppa View Post
    Try one of these in addition to a new filter top one. Makes priming so much easier. Not all are diesel compatible. This one is cheap too. Mine, (not this specific one) has been on several years now, but if it ever fails it's easy to take out of the line & rejoin.

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Hand-Pri...-/162709827636
    Don't waste the money on one of these if you run a lift pump though as i found out recently. Soon as the ignition is on to open the fuel solenoid, the line pressurises and its impossible to squeeze the bulb. If you can bleed the system without the solenoid being energised, yes they are quicker. I discovered this after changing the IP, injectors and fuel lines. The Chev self primes off the lift pump alone, so I guess if the lift pump dies then I could use this, or just revert to the standard filter top pump.
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    Isnt it ironic... sitting in a broken down gu that wont start whilst im waiting for a towie reading a thread about a gu that wont start

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