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Re: 1955deisel

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03-18-2014 16:58:19

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New valve in pump all new return lines flowing freely into tank.everything new or cleaned except injectors

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03-18-2014 22:07:57

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 Re: 1955deisel in reply to src, 03-18-2014 16:58:19  
Does it have a lift pump or is it gravity flow ?

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03-19-2014 04:31:09

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 Re: 1955deisel in reply to bison, 03-18-2014 22:07:57  
Lift pump. This was first thing I replaced.checked fuel flow to pump and it is pumping lots of fuel. Someone suggested injectors but it should run bad all the time is my thinking on that.I have a 1855 to can I change pumps to see if that's the problem book says they are different but I still think my problem is in my rebuilt pump.

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03-19-2014 15:55:50

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 Re: 1955deisel in reply to src, 03-19-2014 04:31:09  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to seeI think so too, take it back to the rebuilder.

it could be all kinds of things Maybe the transfer pump on back ain't putting out or the IP is set to lean or the plungers are sticky.

I would not go trough the hassle of swapping pumps back and forth on that 1855.

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