You know, I'm confused as anything. I continue to get air into my fuel filter....about an inch and a half of airspace when I drop the filter subsequent to a failure to start. I'm priming the thing, but cannot get the air to remove. My proceedure is as follows: pump the pump till firm....crack the bleeder screw. Repeat several times. Mostly just fuel comes out. occasionally I think I'm seeing a bubble or two, but its almost exclusively fuel. It's nothing like it would be if I were bleeding brakes, for instance. And when I drop the filter its still full of air.
This morning I had to install a new fuel filter in the coffee shop parking lot after the truck failed to start. I replaced the filter just to eliminate it as a problem source. I took the new filter and filled it with fuel then installed it. I pumped the primer and eventually it started.
I appreciate any instruction, really.