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Re: Ford 8700 Minimec Fuel Injector Pump

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lonzo

10-30-2010 00:38:25
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take the side cover off the pump and move the throttle leaver and see if pump rack is moving. i say it won't. if so use a screw driver to pry the rack back and forth. the rack is the bar you can see that has notches cut in it. who knows it could be out of oil.




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Carlton Wallace

11-02-2010 07:07:32
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 Re: Ford 8700 Minimec Fuel Injector Pump in reply to lonzo, 10-30-2010 00:38:25  
Problem solved. You were dead on with the pump rack not moving. With it not being used in a while, gunk apparently dried on and prevented movement. I sprayed with carburator cleaner and moved back and forth until it moved freely. The tractor cranked right up after this. I drained the oil in the pump and it appeared diesel fuel had mixed with the oil which concerns me. Is this a sign of wear around pump pistons?

Thanks to all for the help and advice in solving.

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Showcrop

11-03-2010 04:57:04
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 Re: Ford 8700 Minimec Fuel Injector Pump in reply to Carlton Wallace, 11-02-2010 07:07:32  
I have a 9000 that leaks fuel into the pump so that it starts to come out the overflow tube in less than 10 hours. I have been told that it means a leaking seal and is not unusual and doesn't hurt anything. Since it runs OK I just drain some off and add some new oil periodically.



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Carlton Wallace

11-09-2010 05:42:56
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 Re: Ford 8700 Minimec Fuel Injector Pump in reply to Showcrop, 11-03-2010 04:57:04  
Thanks for replying. I just changed the oil and will continue to watch and changed more often.



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Carlton Wallace

11-01-2010 05:53:30
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 Re: Ford 8700 Minimec Fuel Injector Pump in reply to lonzo, 10-30-2010 00:38:25  
Sounds logical. I was wondering what had to be done to see if the rack was moving. Thanks for the help lonzo.



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