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grizz02

02-14-2018 16:31:04




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I'm, replacing leaking fuel lift pump any tricks or is it just straight forward 2000 new Holland tn75 thanks




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Keith Molden

02-14-2018 17:33:56




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 Re: lift pump in reply to grizz02, 02-14-2018 16:31:04  
Most pump arms fit under the cam lobe. just bump the starter till the cam is in the right position (high enough you can get the pump arm in the hold and get the bolts started into the block. You can determine from looking at the pump arm where it should ride, just make sure you get it in the right place or you will not be able to bolt it up, however, a little resistance on the arm is not a bad thing. Really pretty easy if you just use the kiss method & you'll be good. Keith

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VicS

02-14-2018 19:38:46




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 Re: lift pump in reply to Keith Molden, 02-14-2018 17:33:56  
My son's Kubota started doing that. Was the switches right at the steering wheel. Just needed cleaned. Points were out in the open under the plastic cover.



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4520bw

02-14-2018 16:54:53




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 Re: lift pump in reply to grizz02, 02-14-2018 16:31:04  
Hey grizz..I never had to change the pump on mine but my reverser sometimes will not work and I have to go toward then reverse...you ever have this happen?



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grizz02

02-14-2018 17:57:24




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 Re: lift pump in reply to 4520bw, 02-14-2018 16:54:53  
no are you talking about the shuttle lever?



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