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Re: 830 Diesel Fuel problem

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Case Nutty 1660

08-25-2013 07:44:35

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the tank needs to be full to bleed system properly I have heard of guys putting air pressure to the tank to bleed the system BUT do not go above 5 psi or so as you can swell/damage the fuel tank

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08-25-2013 14:57:26

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 Re: 830 Diesel Fuel problem in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-25-2013 07:44:35  
My experience with an 830 diesel is that you have to have the fuel tank at least half full, bleed out the fuel filters and take an injector line loose to get the air out.

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08-25-2013 15:28:02

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 Re: 830 Diesel Fuel problem in reply to Kahuna, 08-25-2013 14:57:26  
I have three 830 CK dsl tractors I have only had one run out of fuel but have changed filters many times I have my best luck if you change the third final filter the tank must be full to bleed it properly not saying it can't be done that is the way that works for me and yes I agree some times it does require cracking injector lines to get the air out this is true with most dsl fuel systems thanks for adding it to the post cnt

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