2X what Triker56 posted. I always have the new W/S pre-filled (via the small holes) and ready. I can change the W/S in about 15 seconds. Make sure you remove the old "O" ring and install the new "O" ring.
Because you have lost so much fuel, be very careful when restarting the engine. Consider turning the key to the "on" position for 30 seconds then turn the key to the "off" position. Wait about a minute and do the same thing again. You'll need to do this about 5 times. The purpose is to ensure the fuel system is full and being pressurized. Then try to start the engine.
If air is in the system the engine may not run. If that happens it's time to call a mobile diesel mechanic. The lines will need to be bled of the air.
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