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08-12-2009 17:49:52

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When my xt 190 is under heavy load constant throttle it will rev higher and increase the power but will not remain steady, it cuts in and out. I am not sure if it turbo or injector pump problems. Need a little help


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Allan In NE

08-14-2009 06:16:39

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 Re: xt 190 in reply to steve0007, 08-12-2009 17:49:52  

That "speeding up" business is a fuel starvation problem (and a diesel trait). Fuel filters or sediment bowl screen.

If it starts and soon dies, starts right back up and then dies agian, then I'd look at the injection pump because the return vent is plugging with debris like the earlier poster mentioned.


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08-14-2009 05:04:23

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 Re: xt 190 in reply to steve0007, 08-12-2009 17:49:52  
A stoped up fuel filter will show similar symtoms

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08-13-2009 08:27:20

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 Re: xt 190 in reply to steve0007, 08-12-2009 17:49:52  
I'm not sure but I'm thinking injector pump. Our 190XT would lose power to the point where we had to shut it off, but would start right up. After awhile it got so bad it would only run for 30 seconds. So i asked on here and a guy told me to check the injection pump for pieces of rubber in the fuel. So me and dad had taken the timing cover off the Roosa Master Pump and started it up. And he was right, we found small pieces of rubber in the fuel. Was time for a rebuild of the injector pump. Cost us $500.00

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