Engine Cranks But Will Not Start (No Smoke From Exhaust)

Cause Correction
Incorrect Starting Procedure Refer to "The Starting Procedure Matrix".

OK

 
No Fuel in Tank Add fuel.

OK

 
Electric or Manual Fuel Shutdown Not Open Check for loose wires and verify that the solenoid is functioning. Check to be sure the manual shut-off lever is in the "Run" position.

OK

 
If the condition occurs during initial start, following an extended period of non-use or replacement of a fuel system component, air is in the fuel system Bleed fuel system.

OK

 
If previous engine operation had been normal, injection pump not getting fuel Loosen bleed plug at the filter head end. Operate the hand primer on the lift pump to check for fuel. Clean / replace lift pump, if necessary.

OK

 
Fuel Drain Back Verify fuel return line is plumbed to the bottom of the fuel tank.

OK

 
Malfunctioning Fuel Return Overflow Valve Check / replace fuel return overflow valve.

OK

 
Fuel Filter Plugged with Water or Other Contamination Drain fuel-water seperator or replace fuel filter.

OK

 
Worn or Malfunctioning Injection Pump Loosen the high pressure line at two injectors and visually check fuel delivery while cranking the engine. Replace injection pump, if fuel is not being delivered.

OK

 
Injection Pump Timing Incorrect Check the injection pump timing.

OK