I'm angry. I spent almost all of yesterday trying to get a 1997 1.8 Ford XLD started with no luck. Just for info, it has an electric fuel pump before the filter. The fuel solenoid is new and can be heard clicking. Small air bubbles and fuel keep coming out of the injectors when I slacken them, but the bugger won't start.
I've bled the filter and it has plenty of fuel in.
Do I just have to keep cranking it over or is there an easier way to get air out of the system (which I assume the problem is). It is meant to be self bleeding so doesn't have any primers anywhere.