What I would do is remove line from filter before fuel pump,that goes to fuel pump, stick line in a clean bucket of fuel,(5 gallon bucket works good) remove intake piping from turbo,,have someone crank engine over,while engine is cranking spray short burst of starting fluid in turbo inlet,,very little spray will keep engine cranking fast enough to start,,also hold throttle half way down until engine runs on its own for two minutes to clear any air,,once running, re-hook line back to filter head,,hold throttle half way down and start engine,,keep it half way down for 2 minutes to bleed any remaining air.
Both filters should be full before trying to start to save cranking.
It also helps to have a battery charger on or jump start while doing this to keep from burning up starter.
Only crank for 30 seconds at a time resting 2 minutes between starts.
It normally will run within first 3o seconds if you still have issue let me know.
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