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Re: D239 to DT239 IH 684 TD8E

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12-13-2013 04:39:12

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Aneroid! That's the word I was trying to think of. Where is the screw located to turn up the fuel? Do you have a pic that shows?


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12-13-2013 09:22:36

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 Re: D239 to DT239 IH 684 TD8E in reply to f350ctd, 12-13-2013 04:39:12  
The lower start-stop-run lever, the front bracket lower screw that limits forward travel is full load fuel screw. Back out for more fuel at full load. Make sure lever hits the screw, if cable sticks, or keeps the lever from full forward travel power will be less than it should.
These pumps are hydraulic governed, and sometimes have little excess fuel available. Parts are hard to find for them also anymore.

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12-13-2013 13:13:37

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 Re: D239 to DT239 IH 684 TD8E in reply to Dieseltech, 12-13-2013 09:22:36  
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I had gathered that these pumps were obsolete. There is little point in adding a turbo if the pump is not capable of additional fuel. Can any newer pump be substituted?

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12-13-2013 18:38:19

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 Re: D239 to DT239 IH 684 TD8E in reply to f350ctd, 12-13-2013 13:13:37  
Later engines have the Bosch model VE mechanical governed pump. At least parts are around for it.

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