Hey guys, I've not had much luck with the factory service manual. I've replaced a leaky fuel hose going to the fuel filter and followed all the steps in bleeding the system with the priming pump and at the injection spots (as per the owners manual) . However, the truck still has a hard hard time starting. I have to turn it over for almost 30 to 45 seconds to get it to start. Once started however, it runs like a champ. I've circled the hose I replaced in red and the yellow circles are the areas I've bled. I guess my question is this. Can a little air really hamper starting the truck the badly. How long should I let the injector connections stay open to purge all the air? Should I keep pumping the primer pump (I swear, I put a gallon through at least) Any other suggestions? It is annoying to take so long to start and I sense that it is hard on the engine and starter.