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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

Re: 1953 Oliver Cletrac - Fuel Pump

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J. Schwiebert

08-29-2012 19:07:35

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I agree with DGH, but some of those later DD crawlers used a Roosa Master injection pump instead of the Bosch. The priming pumps on those had a habit of sucking air. So how about more details, which injection pump you have and if you have fuel flow to the pump, etc.

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Dave Goble

08-30-2012 08:48:21

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 Re: 1953 Oliver Cletrac - Fuel Pump in reply to J. Schwiebert, 08-29-2012 19:07:35  
I"ll have to confirm the type of fuel pump, but I can tell you we have fuel to the pump and have bled the system, but fuel is not being pushed to the injectors.

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08-30-2012 10:32:49

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 Re: 1953 Oliver Cletrac - Fuel Pump in reply to Dave Goble, 08-30-2012 08:48:21  
When you bleed the system did you see or hear any air coming out?? If you did, then you lost fuel supply to the pump. Crank the engine and crack the lines one at a time at the injectors.
Also look for a cracked fuel line, or a sport were it is rubbing on something where you may have a small hole were air could get sucked in!!

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