I have recently replaced the wet liner sleeve in my Clark 667 skidder. This is a 4-53 naturally aspirated engine with low hours. Problem I am having is that now that it is all back in the skidder I can't get enough fuel through system. I filled new filters with fuel and went through system from tank to manifold. I am not a diesel mechanic but I am mechanically able to repair almost anything with enough info. My Detroit service manuals say to prime system. I assumed it meant filling filters with fuel. Is there something I'm missing? When I remove the outlet line on pump when cranking it is pumping fuel. Just seems to have air in line and not much pressure.
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