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|Paul Z.||I just changed the fuel filter on the X595 (diesel) and found it very difficult to restart after this procedure, about 8 attempts before it would start and stay running. I did everything by the book but my best guess is that putting the bowl back on with no fuel in it caused air to get into the system lines.
It runs fine now but for the next time what might I do different to avoid this situation.
Thanks in advance.
|ross||Does your X595 have an electric fuel pump?
If it does I would say to cycle your key switch on and off a couple of times to see if that helps next time you change the filter.