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02-11-2013 05:40:30

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If you know you have a good supply of fuel to the pump you might check this. Remove the fitting from the top of the inj. pump that fuel bleed off line or lines are connected to. Look in the bottom of the fitting, if there is some nonmetalic material sticking in the fitting the governor ring in the pump is begining to fail. If the fitting is plugged the pump stops pumping. You can use compressed air to clear blockage and reinstall fitting and engine should run again, but pump needs repair. The problem will reoccur.

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02-11-2013 05:44:40

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 Re: case 188d in reply to 1370rod, 02-11-2013 05:40:30  
rod ,, you may have it,,. fuel return line plugged,,

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02-11-2013 09:12:44

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 Re: case 188d in reply to j hikemper, 02-11-2013 05:44:40  
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Thank you so much for the help guys. I will try what you are suggesting and let you know how I make out. I hope it is just a blockage or I will be on here a lot to get help with the pump. We are under 3 ft of snow here in NY and the plows can't make it through, Murphy's Law.

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