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Re: 1310 wants to start but wont

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07-02-2013 20:33:00

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That doesn't make sense that cracking the injector would make it crank more sluggishly. Are you holding the glow plugs for a full 60 seconds? They really need all of that time to heat up. Are you opening them on the injector, or at the top of the pump? The fuel goes into the pump at a banjo fitting on the top I think, like a 1210. if you bleed it there first, it usually will fill the pump. I have a 1210 and a 1910, so I am going to have to go look to be sure, but I think just bleeding it there and then use the excess fuel lever when you bleed the injectors should get it running. I will have to go check to be sure. I was going to head out to that building tonight anyhow to get the serial number off my round baler anyhow.

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Ted E Bear

07-02-2013 21:32:34

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 Re: 1310 wants to start but wont in reply to John_PA, 07-02-2013 20:33:00  
thanks for the reply, yes, we are heating them up till that lite comes on, and at the top of the injector, I did take them off the top of the pump to make sure that they were clear, then re attached them and re bled,and yes apout the banjo fitting, what it the excess fuel lever?

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