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Injector pump head port sequence

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Gil from CA

09-22-2012 13:48:58

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Does anyone know of where there is a diagram showing the sequence of ports (as far as which cylinder goes to which port) for a Bosch PSB-6A-80C diesel injector pump.

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Tramway guy

09-25-2012 05:14:50

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 Re: Injector pump head port sequence in reply to Gil from CA, 09-22-2012 13:48:58  
If you can find any of the lines that make it clear which port it fits, and know which direction the pump rotates, the firing order is 1-5-3-6-2-4. It's a matter of the process of elimination, sort of.

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09-23-2012 08:31:07

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 Re: Injector pump head port sequence in reply to Gil from CA, 09-22-2012 13:48:58  
Should be pretty much self expanetory.Each prebent line will only go to one cylinder.Think of it as a puzzle of sorts.

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Gil from CA

09-24-2012 10:33:58

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 Re: Injector pump head port sequence in reply to DeltaRed, 09-23-2012 08:31:07  
I'm aware of that fact. It's when the lines don't exactly match the the ports in the head, if you see what I mean. I've checked the Bosch manual (on-line) and it doesn't show where the ports in the head go to which cylinder.

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