Just finished putting my 1983 6.2 into my 1959 Chevy Biscayne this weekend, and was exited to try to start it. I had a new, dry, box dieselfilter in (mounted on back of intake), so I took the glowplugs out, loosened the injector lines at the injectors, all eight, and cranked until some diesel came out of all lines. Then reconnected the lines, screwed the glowplugs back in. Glowed the engine manually, all new G-60 plugs, and then cranked the engine with two 105 amp batterys. No start. The engine ran smooth as butter before we took it out of the donor van. I am getting power to the fuel cut off solenoid, and also to cold advance timing and the cold idleplunger-solenoid. So with glow in order, cranks wery fast, power to solenoids, I figure there must be an air lock, or that my new dieselfilter has not filled up and aired out properly. So I have spent some time cranking the car with the glowplugs out to try to vent the air out. No go, not even dieselvapour out of the glow-holes, as the Hayesmanual tells me to look for. Cant seem to find any bleed screw in the filter area, with the behind-intake mount, the diesel lines are hidden under the intake, and any bleeder valve is not to be seen. Diesel comes out of the lines at the injectors when I loosen them, but there doesent seem to be engough preasure to push the diesel through the injectors. There is diesel in the return lines(hoses) on the injectors. Any good tips?