Well it\'s not the injection pump... Any opinions? I just bought this TD burb as some of you know and it had some kind of problem, thought it was the injection pump or the lift pump. I decided to do simple checks first before dumping any money. Did a compression test on the driver side bank which is easier due to turbo stuff on the passenger side: first cylinder: 260PSI I thought that alittle low, lets see the rest second was 260PSI so I think well at least consistency, The third one came out at 200PSI, nwo I am thinking OH F... Check the fourth and it's 190PSI. I guess I am going to put another engine. I have a couple of 6.2's waiting, I will check the compression on them and if it's good then I will dress one up and then install it in the Burb. What do you guys think a min pressure I should bother to work with? Would I want at least 300PSI to bother working on them or would a consistant 280+ work for me. I will probably be doing the testing this coming week end, and if I find a good block I will rebuild an injection pump, injectors , get some G60's and a new lift pump, install the Turbo setup and voila a good combo. /forums/images/graemlins/peace.gif Hey Arvetek Do you think the low compression with probably an injection pump that's on it's way out would make it not start? I never saw it runnig so I only could go on what they told me and what i tested so far. I want to send the pump out for a rebuild and maybe they can tell me how bad it was.