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Re: Ford 881diesel; injector pump issue

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09-17-2013 20:29:46

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You claim you've never posted on a forum before so here's a word of advice: slow down! You've posted this same question 5 or 6 times now. Here's another answer:
"Any suggestions on determining if connecting drive or internal elements have failed?"
There is a "timing window" cover attached to the side of the pump with 2 screws. Remove the cover and will see 2 plates- an upper and a lower. Each plate has a vertical line machined into it. The upper plate doesn't move. The lower plate rotates when the engine is turning. Crank the engine over and if you see the timing mark on the lower plate move past the window then the injector pump drive is intact. The drive is driven by the camshaft exactly like a distributor on a gas engine. There is a drive shaft with a weak spot machined into it that is designed to shear if the injector pump head locks up. If yours has sheared the lower plate in the window will not rotate.

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09-17-2013 20:58:43

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 Re: Ford 881diesel; injector pump issue in reply to Texas!, 09-17-2013 20:29:46  
Hey Texas! Makes sense (both posting and inspection plate - lol)

Thanks, I'll try that first light. :-)

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