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Re: Concern with my TD 6 1947-9...white smoke.....and

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Those pictures were earlier pictures. I had to have the starter rebuilt, and I replaced the line from the glass trap to the line going to the tank. That is why you see the line disconnected.

In the picture you see the Cap -at top- to fill. In back is a plug that is the level of fill. Notice to the front and lower that T valve; like what is on the bottom of the carb, or you would see at the bottom of a radiator. Well, I think that is a bleed opening to bleed the injection pump of air. What do you think?

On my Perkins 4 cyl. diesel I have a tube at the injection pump, with a screw at the top of the tube. I turn the screw loose and diesel fuel squirts out -bleeding out any air. I f there was air in the injection pump; when tightening the screw, the engine operated better. As far as the lube part of the Perkins pump, there is another tube. When I had the pump off -for repair- and before putting the pump on I filled the part of the pump for lube, and then the pump compartment for the pump would seek it own level -too much it would go out the tube. With this pump it is not the case. However, I still think that so-called T valve may be a bleed off valve for air in the pump.

What do you think? And what about the oil streaming from the rear of the engine -on the right side -pump side??? Is that a rear seal problem?

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 Re: Concern with my TD 6 1947-9...white smoke.....and in reply to thomaskd44, 02-17-2014 19:31:54  
Thomas, I am only going from the pumps on my MD, 450-D, and 650-D that all have the "T" port to test how much motor oil in the pump case. But since you have a different pump, it is possible that port is a bleed screw. On the injection pumps I am familar with, the last bleed screw is on the final filter. There are none on the injection pump. Hopefully soneone on the IH forum will know more about the pump you have. Al

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