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I have a peugeot 1.9 partner 600 year 1998. my first diesel

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Hello,
i have a peugeot 1.9 partner 600 year 1998. my first diesel and i let this run out of diesel. i have filled back up by container.
how to restart. people talk bout bleeding and injecters but i dont know where these parts are in the engine. do you provide pictures at all. i very basic knowledge with cars thanks
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: UK Car
Expert:  Greg replied 9 months ago.

Hi .

Left of the car under the hood is the fuel filter and clear tubes (if still original)

on the clear diesel fuel tubes is a primer that one squeezes by hand this bleeds the fuel lines .

After bleeding the engine should start , still problem starting and no air in the clear fuel tubes

push start the car in 2nd gear .

Primer pic attached so you know what it looks like .

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