Bob and Jim> Engine was working until I took off the injector lines. With the nozzles out of combustion chamber and connected to injector lines, as a test, they still won't spray, but seems as if there is lots of pressure getting to the nozzles.
Re: D6C 74A not firing in reply to Wayne A, 10-26-2012 04:25:01
Wayne, it sounds to me like the rack might not be moving and is stuck in the fuel off position. To check remove the small diamond shaped cover from the accessorie drive housing. It's held on with two 5/16" bolts and is were you measure rack travel. Put a short pencil or something against the rack end and have someone pull the throttle on and off a few times. If the rack doesn't move something is jammed up inside. Could be a barrel and plunger. W hat are you using for fuel? Later Bob
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