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Re: HELP with injector pump

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Shaun Wallace

03-14-2013 20:46:33

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And when was the inj pump oil last changed or checked? Plug on side by throtle is level drains on bottom fills on top hex plug. Doesnt hurt to overfill. Use engine oil.

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03-14-2013 21:33:46

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 Re: HELP with injector pump in reply to Shaun Wallace, 03-14-2013 20:46:33  
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changed it when I bought the tractor about 3 weeks ago. the oil that was in was good and clean but I changed anyway because I didn't know the last time it was changed.

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03-15-2013 04:29:55

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 Re: HELP with injector pump in reply to jlmoceri, 03-14-2013 21:33:46  
Try to free the excsess fuel/start retard rod by removing the rubber boot first if still on. Pull stop lever to shutoff position. This gets the balking spring on the rack out of the way inside. Now use penetrating oil on the rod inside hollow stop shaft and see if you can free it up, should pop back out when free. Spring that pushes it back is in the capnut on back side of pump, takes a 1/2 inch wrench to remove, may need to pull the spring out and clean rust out of cap with a drill bit. Cap supports the rod also and must be clean.

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03-15-2013 06:39:05

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 Re: HELP with injector pump in reply to Dieseltech, 03-15-2013 04:29:55  
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OK. Thanks dieseltech. I'll give that a shot and see if I have any luck.

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