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There are two steel lines on the fuel filter assy. The line closest to the injection pump has what looks like a small bolt in it. Loosen that small bolt about 1 turn. Then pump the lever on the side of the lift pump. When you see clear fuel coming from the bleeder screw. Tighten it back up. Pump the lever a few more times till your feel the lever getting hard to move. Lock the lever back into the upward postion. Then try to start the truck. You might get lucky.
If it doesn't stay running. Crack the 1st three injectors lines loose. Spin the engine over. As you see the injectors lines throwing high pressure fuel. Tighten them back up. Have the engine spining while your doing this. By the time you have the 3rd line tight. The engine should be running. If it is missing. Loosen the other lines off one at a time. Tighten them as you see high pressure fuel flow.
Leave #6 cylinder till last. If the engine isn't missing leave it alone. That one will oil the windshield down.
93 W350 w/duals, fuel pin turned, 6X.018" injectors, 4" exhaust, 3" air intake horn, HX40/16, G56 /SBC Con-OFE, 307's axles' 2" skyjacker lift, B&W flatbed