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|bmiller||i have a jd350 dozer and i was wondering if a clog filter would cause me to run low on power i checked the pump it works the gas is clean the filters i havent changed yet i need help bad. and when i change the filter do i have to bleed the system? can anyone help
|ross||Yes you will have to bleed your fuel system if its a diesel engine. Clogged filters are a prime candidate for low power. You might want to blow out your engine air filters also.
|Kurt||Ross is 100% correct in his answer. It is not too hard to blled the fuel lines, so don't panic. There also could be sludge in the fuel tank. How long has the fuel been in there?