Anybody work on diesel engines? I'm having a hell of a time with my International, and I'm running out of ideas... It's a 1996 International 4900 with the DT466E turbo. Eaton Fuller 6 speed. I changed the fuel filter and cleaned out the sediment screen a few days ago. I used the schrader valve on the filter housing and the primer button to bleed the air out of the fuel system until I was getting straight fuel. Now the truck will not start. I disconnected the fuel return line at the back of the fuel rail assembly and I'm getting fuel coming out whenever I prime or try and turn the truck over. If I spray it with ether, it will run for a few seconds and then die, so there's obviously a fuel delivery problem here, but I can't figure out what the issue is. Since it fires with ether and runs for a couple seconds, it's led me to believe the injectors aren't firing... I just don't know what that would have to do with changing the fuel filter or cleaning out the catch screen. The injectors run by a high-pressure oil pump. I have oil pressure while it's trying to turn over. I've checked all of the wires. All of the fuses are good. If anybody knows anything about Internationals, diesel engines, or more specifically the DT series and/or DT466E, I'm open to suggestions or ideas. This has been puzzling me for a couple days now. The only code I'm getting from the diagnostic button is 111, which just means ECM OK.