When you start the engine the fuel pressue regulator, if it is good, returns excess fuel back to the fuel tank taking any air with it. You should not have to bleed the system. Have you checked to see if you have fuel flow to the fuel rail. If you do are the injectors firing. You can do this with a "noid light" plugged into the injector harness and cranking the motor. The light should blink with every injector pulse. Check a couple of leads. If you have no pulse then it is probably in your ECU. The pulse is controlled directly from the ECU. Hope this helps.
Sunday, September 28th, 2008 AT 10:30 PM