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D17 diesal run and stops help

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bradley69

11-23-2010 03:57:12




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d17 diesal that i have up for sale and some one came and look at it with out me there took the fuel bowl off and let 50 dollar of fuel run out. there was air in the line i took return line off intell fuel came out. started up ran fine know it start and letting it warm up then turns off like there no fuel. i put #1 fuel in is that the prouble




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Brian Jasper co. Ia

11-24-2010 11:09:13




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 Re: D17 diesal run and stops help in reply to bradley69, 11-23-2010 03:57:12  
I primed my D17D by loosening the supply line at the pump and pressurized the fuel tank with the exhaust side of my shop vac. Once I got solid fuel to the pump, it started quickly.



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DiyDave

11-23-2010 15:49:06




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 Re: D17 diesal run and stops help in reply to bradley69, 11-23-2010 03:57:12  
Start with the basics, check for fuel flow at the sediment bowl, then go to the primary filter, and bleed the air/water out of it, then go to the secondary, bleed the air/water out of it, then bleed the pump, at the highest screw, then bleed each injector line, while cranking the motor. Be sure to check those filter water screws, at the bottom of each filter, if you see water, chuck the filter, and clean up the housing, and install new filter(s). Where fuel meets water, there is generally a line of sludge, which blocks fuel flow.

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hd6gtom

11-23-2010 12:01:19




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 Re: D17 diesal run and stops help in reply to bradley69, 11-23-2010 03:57:12  
No #1 fuel will not be the problem.



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