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Re: Ford 4610 cut off and won't start. Help

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Tx Jim

07-08-2013 04:19:52

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Changing the fuel filter(s) and checking fuel flow out of tank are the 1st & easiest things to do. Remove old filter(s) & install new filter(s),open bleeder screw(parts key #14) on filter housing and gravity will fill filter with diesel,close bleeder and attempt to crank engine. If engine won't start open bleeder screw on the side of inj pump and with kill cable pulled out turn engine to see if fuel will squirt out the in pump bleeder, then push kill cable in and attempt starting engine. According to NH parts tractor could have 1 or 2 fuel filters.

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07-08-2013 16:59:56

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 Re: Ford 4610 cut off and won't start. Help in reply to Tx Jim, 07-08-2013 04:19:52  
Hey thanks for the help. I got the filter changed and it still wont start. It does have white smoke coming from the exhaust when cranked, if that means anything. Can you help me to figure out where on the inj. pump is the bleeder screw. Thanks david

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07-08-2013 18:53:34

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 Re: Ford 4610 cut off and won't start. Help in reply to david1, 07-08-2013 16:59:56  
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White smoke is a good thing. That makes it sound like you have successfully bled the filter. Most likely now you are short on RPMs you need to spin it over pretty quickly for it to generate the compression to fire. So, charge the battery good and if possible boost with cables or your booster pack. It should start then.

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07-08-2013 19:03:12

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 Re: Ford 4610 cut off and won't start. Help in reply to showcrop, 07-08-2013 18:53:34  
I got 2 of the injectors cracked open and bled but I ran the battery low and have to wait to let it charge up before I try in the morning. It was blowing bubbles at the injector when I had them cracked open. having a hard time get to the 3 rd one because its got a loader on it and the battery try doesn't want to swing very far with out hitting it. Not sure where to bleed the injector pump.

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Shetland Sheepdog

07-08-2013 19:12:16

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 Re: Ford 4610 cut off and won't start. Help in reply to david1, 07-08-2013 19:03:12  
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Don't worry about bleeding the pump or 3rd injector! Crank it over with the 2 injector lines loosened until you get fuel without bubbles at the injectors, then tighten the lines and it will start!

BTDT many times, Dave

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Tx Jim

07-09-2013 04:39:52

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 Re: Ford 4610 cut off and won't start. Help in reply to Shetland Sheepdog, 07-08-2013 19:12:16  
IF it has just the straight 2X4 trans with no hyd reverser/ hyd 2 speed I'd run a chain under the bucket(if bucket is on ground) and tow itto start the engine. I once owned a 3000 with a non working fuel gauge that my employee ran out of fuel several times that I could bleed it until I was blue in the face & it wouldn't start BUT pull it 5(five) ft and it would start.
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 04:41:02 07/09/13.

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