Hello, I must start by saying that Diesels are completely new to me. I have never worked on one before today, but am very competent with Gas engines. I picked up a 84 CUCV M1008 last weekend. I originally wanted just the axles, but after doing a bunch of research on the 6.2L diesel, I am really wanting to do a swap in my 86 Burb. This truck has 48K on the ODO. I am not sure if it is 148K or not. The engine is complete though, sans good batteries. It has coolant, oil level is good, etc, but the engine had a next filling the valley. It was very dense, and the valey was filled up to the bottom of the manifold! I did not realize how deep the valley is until I cleaned it out today. I have no idea how long it has been sitting. Ok, to the problem. Today was my day to try to get it running. The truck is ~60 miles from my house, at my brothers house. It is a bit of a pain to drive out there. Anyways, I bought batteries for it, extra battery cable stuff, 6 gallons diesel, and took some tools. I first wired up the batteries, and fixed the cut wires. The engine turns over great. I then blead the fuel filter per the Haynes Diesel manual. I am getting fuel out of the filter mount (forget the name, something 80). I also drained the water from the filter holder, which was not much. I checked that fuel is coming out of the filter by disconnecting the line that goes to the injector pump. I am getting lots of fuel out during cranking. I cracked the fuel lines at the injectors, and noticed that they were already loose. Hmmm. They were just slightly loose, not disconnected. I also made sure that the fuel shutoff solenoid is energized with the key, and it is. It is flipping back and forth (took the cover off to check). I can also hear it though. I think that is all I need sfor the thing to run. The wait light stayed on for ~8-10 seconds, then turns off. The water light stays on for ~2-3 seconds, then shuts off. Seems like it is good to go. Well, I am not getting any fuel from the injector lines. I cranked the engine ~ 10 times for ~10-15 seconds. Nothing, not even a drip. I am sure I have fuel going into the pump, but not out. I took an injector line off the pump to check, and still nothing. What can be causing me to not get fuel at the injectors? Bad pump? No pump drive (broken gear)? How can I check further whether it is the pump or the drive? I took the intake off (pain!), and was going to remove the pump, but decided to stop and ask first. These are not cheap to fix/replace. What are the odds it is a drive problem? What happens if I turn the engine over without the pump in it? I did not do this, but can I to check the drive gear for missing teeth? I am not sure if I should be able to feel air or not, but when I put my finger over one of the injector line connectors on the pump, I could not feel any air or anything. I am also a little confused on the return line. Is this the line that is connected to the top of the governer cover? Does it actually pass fuel when everything is running correctly? Is the solenoid submerged in fuel for cooling? If there is supposed to be fuel in this chamber, there wasn't, just a slight residue on the solenoid rod. I know this is a lot of questions. Sorry about this. I tried a number of checks, but just do not understand the injector pump, and what it is supposed to be doing (besides pumping fuel). Does anyone have a working injector pump they would want to sell (you must know it works though). I want to get this running before I pull it. At this stage, the intake is off, and most of the nest has been removed. The injector lines are loose also. Where should I go from here. Thank you for any and all help, Joshua Today was mid-70's I think. Would I need the glowplugs for this temperature? The glowplugs are AC13's. I forgot to take my voltmeter, so I am not sure whether they are working or not. The wait light did stay on for ~10 seconds, then turn off. Does this mean anything?