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Re: Cat D3 Bleeding Fuel System

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Stick welding

08-12-2013 22:20:59

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You might not have to bleed it if the machine was still running before you cleaned it. There's check valves in the transfer pump so hopefully you can just turn the fuel back on and it will start right up. My 931B loader started right up. Some D3's have a primer pump and some don't.

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08-13-2013 06:52:01

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 Re: Cat D3 Bleeding Fuel System in reply to Stick welding, 08-12-2013 22:20:59  
Mine has a primer pump but I am not sure if it is frozen up or what. It doesn't move when I try to push on it.

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08-13-2013 08:05:19

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 Re: Cat D3 Bleeding Fuel System in reply to Tweeter, 08-13-2013 06:52:01  
Try to turn it and unlock it.
Later Bob

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08-14-2013 12:01:52

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 Re: Cat D3 Bleeding Fuel System in reply to Bob/Ont, 08-13-2013 08:05:19  
That brings up a question Bob--why did Cat eliminate the bleeder pump on the newer machines? They also went to a solid sprocket instead of the segmental? Seems both would be advantageous.

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08-13-2013 17:26:01

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 Re: Cat D3 Bleeding Fuel System in reply to Bob/Ont, 08-13-2013 08:05:19  
Thanks Bob. Got it and up and running.

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