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Re: MF 245 Injector pump shafts leaking

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ok, so i got a rebuild kit finally. I called a bunch of dealers and was told "we don't deal with injector pump parts". got the from a guy in Bay City Michigan that rebuilds them. Diesel Fuel Injection Rebuild Center Inc. 989 892 0557. Complete kit was $24.58. Shipping was $9.00 but i had the parts in hand LESS than 24 hours later. SO, i got the shaft seals in place and everything ready to go back on. spring in place and everything on. turned on fuel and bleed system. started seeing a seep around the cover gasket, which is new. The kit is a Delphi brand. The cover gasket is a white, almost plastic like coated sponge paper. I almost never use any kind of sealer on gaskets. Clean and dry is how i like to do it. But is there something that should be used on this cover gasket? Also i had a bit of a problem with the shut off shaft and link inside. It is pretty hard to know if the peg on the shaft is in the grove of the link... Does the link lay flat on the pump housing or should it be lifted up and ride on the top of the steel piece where the cover studs are? i had it laying to the side of the steel where it seemed to fall naturally but like i said, seemed to not be sure if it was meshing with the shaft peg. The peg should be close to the cover side wall, not away correct? So yea, what i thought would be the hard part was easy and what i took for being easy is giving me the trouble.

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