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Re: ford 3000 injection pump removal

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Robert Gregory

09-07-2013 04:40:52

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Ultradog MN

09-07-2013 05:35:01

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 Re: ford 3000 injection pump removal in reply to Robert Gregory, 09-07-2013 04:40:52  
As crazylocha says, you really do need a manual for your tractor.
The rotary pumps are easy.
First of all, make a note of which line the pump is timed to. See photo below. Remove the injector and inlet/outlet lines from the pump. Remove the small cover on the front of the main timing cover. Remove 3 screws that hold the gear onto the pump shaft. The gear will be held captive by the timing cover so it can not skip time. And the gear is indexed to the pump shaft so it will only go on one way.
Remove 3 bolts that hold the body of the pump to the block plate and the pump can be removed.
Replace in reverse order.

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09-07-2013 05:42:37

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 Re: ford 3000 injection pump removal in reply to Ultradog MN, 09-07-2013 05:35:01  
You really should disconnect your battery first as it is difficult to get at the back bolt that holds the pump onto the engine. Would be very easy to spark the battery/solenoid cables with the wrench when you are trying to remove it.
And with open fuel lines and all...

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