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Re: 1310 wants to start but wont

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07-03-2013 19:48:32

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To the right of the 3 injector lines, coming from the pump, there is a lever that pivots on the center, with a spring, and a hole in each end. It looks silver-ish in that photo. That is the excess fuel lever.
After bleeding at the banjo fitting(there is a bleeder valve on top of the banjo), give the lever a twist, and then crack open all three lines on the injectors, turn them pretty far open at the flare nut, then without preheating the tractor, crank the engine over until diesel pours out of all three lines. Then, tighten them all back down, preheat the tractor, crack the throttle 3/4 open, and it should fire up.
edit: the picture didn't post, but I'm sure you can find what I am talking about.
I'm just curious, and this is just a "duh" thing... but do you have the fuel petcock turned on at the tank? Is the diesel pouring out of the banjo fitting when you bleed the pump?
If the excess fuel lever is engaged, the engine will run rough and smoky at first, until you move the throttle lever towards closed.

Hope this helps.
This post was edited by John_PA at 19:50:11 07/03/13.

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07-03-2013 20:52:31

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 Re: 1310 wants to start but wont in reply to John_PA, 07-03-2013 19:48:32  
hi john and thanks for the help,ok, I know the excess lever now thanks, and yea, LOL, I had to double chech the petcock valve! LOL, I know how those duhhh, moments go! :) I will try what you posted and we will see, rite now we drained the tank and all fuel lines and are gonna fill with fresh, and new filter as well, when I get that pump cleaned up it should all work im hoping, OH! almost forgot, when I was testing the starter wiring out the glowplug is wired to turn on while cranking, I found the one it should be but after you switch from preheat to on, it stays on while in the on position, it is a 5 wire starter switch,

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