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Re: not getting fuel

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Robert major

05-18-2012 21:06:21
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Hi If it is bled through correctly and still no fuel at the high pressure lines. clean the injector pump real good. take the plate off the side ( you do not want grit dirt or grass /straw blowing in the pump). pull the stop control rod and see if the rod that runs along the bottom of the housing moves, if not the stop control is stuck it should move back and forward free if not try lubing it with wd 40 or similar and try to free it be carefull as things will break easy in there do not move the adjusting arms as this will throw your pump out of calibration. if it is not stuck there turn the motor and see if the 4 pump elements move up and down. they should go about 1/2 to 3/4" from memory. if they do not move it is probably time to go looking for a rebuild or good used pump. I have messed with them and freed them. I have been doing it for years. I dont know your technical level and dont want you to go in with a hammer and wreck your pump completely . see how you get on and let us know. Regards Robert

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Joe Sixpack

05-19-2012 05:46:38
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 Re: not getting fuel in reply to Robert major, 05-18-2012 21:06:21  
I will have to try that. Removed the lines and did not get any fuel out of the injector lines at the head or at the pump when turning over the engine.



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