Re: 6610 Injector pump oil in reply to carl reitnauer, 03-15-2012 17:29:47
I'm not stating it was good but I did own a 3000 diesel for several yrs that I used to rake hay with a V rake. It had diesel in inj pump crankcase every time I changed the pump oil I ran it for several yrs before I sold it and it was running when it left.
Re: 6610 Injector pump oil in reply to david G, 03-15-2012 17:29:47
Generally its not a good sign you could possibly have scorned or worn out barrels or more than likely I believe there is either o-rings or some sort of copper washers I believe don't quote me on that as I've never torn one apart just watched a Diesel Tech pump rebuilder fix one.What I would do is change the oil again in the pump.If fuel comes back in the oil again sometimes the lift pump can send fuel in the oil to.So that might need replaced.
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