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12-21-2010 19:24:47

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help! 190 series 3 1969, roosa master injection pump. starts up great then dies in a few seconds or up to a minute. happened suddenly. cleaned tank, sediment bowls, replaced filter, disassembled hand prime pump, removed debris. removed check valve fitting on return outlet of injection pump, looks ok? slowly starves for fuel. Im guessing ? the injection pump has some sort of lift pump/supply pump? thinking this may have failed I installed a 5psi electric pump before the filter with NO EFFECT. i havent moved snow in weeks & now have 2cars stuck in driveway & cant get to work thanks for the input! Im not the wizzard with diesels yet but i do know the basics. I had to start up my poor old R jd in -10 temps to tow it into the shop.

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12-22-2010 06:54:44

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 Re: injection pump 190 series 3 in reply to gtx1967jewison, 12-21-2010 19:24:47  
Take the timing plate off the pump and see if there is any little black rubber pieces, if there is, it is time to get the pump rebuilt.

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12-22-2010 09:29:51

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 Re: injection pump 190 series 3 in reply to Gene-WI, 12-22-2010 06:54:44  
where is the timing plate exactly?

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Jim Plunkett

12-21-2010 20:10:50

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 Re: injection pump 190 series 3 in reply to gtx1967jewison, 12-21-2010 19:24:47  
Try it with the fuel cap off maybe the vent is plugged up

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12-23-2010 01:22:41

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 Re: injection pump 190 series 3 in reply to Jim Plunkett, 12-21-2010 20:10:50  
Inline filter before return check valve bought us some time.......hopefully till spring!

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