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Re: Update Cat 3306 fuel pump

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AC Tim

04-12-2013 05:26:18

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Pic of plunger sheared off. All other plunger were perfect. Weird?

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04-12-2013 14:02:15

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 Re: Update Cat 3306 fuel pump in reply to AC Tim, 04-12-2013 05:26:18  
Thanks Tim, is the sleeve seized to the plunger? If it's seized the lever that fits into the groove will be out of sync and that will effect your timing and power. Look for them to all be in allignment.
Later Bob

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AC Tim

04-12-2013 19:33:19

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 Re: Update Cat 3306 fuel pump in reply to Bob/Ont, 04-12-2013 14:02:15  
Yes it was froze. I replaced the whole plunger and spring mechanism. i am doing manual timing and going to get it close to get it back in the barn. First round I had a cold cylinder (not enough fuel pumping out of the piston ? ), second round very hot cylinder (too much fuel pumping ? ) third round (still hotter than the other cylinders but getting close ?) Then ran out of time. Will continue tommorrow. I think I am getting the hang to how the timing works on these. Having alot of fun working on it. Kinda of a PIA draining and taking the plate off every time to adjust the cam though.

Thanks much for your input

The Best

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04-13-2013 07:23:18

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 Re: Update Cat 3306 fuel pump in reply to AC Tim, 04-12-2013 19:33:19  
You are very adventurous Tim and are getting things working. If you get it so you can run at idle and not feel much of a pulse in the exh you have it very close.
Later Bob

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AC Tim

04-15-2013 14:17:50

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 Re: Update Cat 3306 fuel pump in reply to Bob/Ont, 04-13-2013 07:23:18  
Thanks Bob,

It is running like a Swiss watch. I am all done for now. It was alot of fun learning how it works, and getting it working again.

The Best

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04-15-2013 15:34:02

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 Re: Update Cat 3306 fuel pump in reply to AC Tim, 04-15-2013 14:17:50  
Congrats Tim, that was good work.
Later Bob

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