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Re: Installing primary pump on MD injection pump

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Al Baker

03-08-2013 18:55:37

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First do you have the A or B model pump. there are a few other places that can give you fuel in the oil. I run a small injection pump shop and have done my share of these pumps. I never charge a dime for helping a guy out over the phone. Give me a call and I can explain what to look for. 231/757/0064

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03-09-2013 05:28:54

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 Re: Installing primary pump on MD injection pump in reply to Al Baker, 03-08-2013 18:55:37  
Thanks for reply. It's an A pump. Got a rebuilt primary pump from Central Fuel which as far as i know do good work. Fuel was dumped into the injection pump, but it may have been due to a faulty installation on my part. I took pump off, looked thngs over, made sure inside gasket was aligned properly, and put back on. Will fire it up today and see what happens.

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03-11-2013 07:23:41

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 Re: Installing primary pump on MD injection pump in reply to BruceS., 03-09-2013 05:28:54  
Fuel can also be coming from internal leaks (worn distributor valves, etc.). Is the scavenging pump and valve working, and is the line from it to the tank clear? If not the leakage fuel will fill up the pump too.

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