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I60 diesel injector pump timing

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dieselherb

04-08-2020 05:27:30




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I have a 175 diesel in a I600 backhoe. I believe the injection pump timing is off(pump was just rebuilt) Has anyone reset the gears in the front of the engine for the pump?




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dieselherb

04-16-2020 11:42:59




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 Re: I60 diesel injector pump timing in reply to dieselherb, 04-08-2020 05:27:30  
[quote="dieselherb"](reply to post at 11:31:10 04/16/20) [Dr.

If I remove the front engine cover are there timing marks on the 2 gears?] Or am I wasting time and energy?



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dieselherb

04-16-2020 11:31:10




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 Re: I60 diesel injector pump timing in reply to dieselherb, 04-08-2020 05:27:30  
maybe I should rotate the pump 180 see how it runs then



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DrAllis

04-16-2020 11:25:06




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 Re: I60 diesel injector pump timing in reply to dieselherb, 04-08-2020 05:27:30  
Yes, the driveshaft tang has a DOT on one side and that needs to align with the DOT inside the injection pump drive socket. If you get that wrong, you are 180 degrees out of time. That engine might actually run 180 degrees out of time, but it would start harder than usual and not run as well as it should.



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DrAllis

04-12-2020 03:58:00




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 Re: I60 diesel injector pump timing in reply to dieselherb, 04-08-2020 05:27:30  
Removal of the injection pump and reinstallation of it doesn't change the gears in the front of the engine. The pump body can be rotated back and forth a few degrees and should always be MARKED before removal, so you can put it back right where it was before.



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dieselherb

04-17-2020 07:09:17




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 Re: I60 diesel injector pump timing in reply to DrAllis, 04-12-2020 03:58:00  
Dr
where is the pin to hold the flywheel at TDC?



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dieselherb

04-08-2020 08:22:39




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 Re: I60 diesel injector pump timing in reply to dieselherb, 04-08-2020 05:27:30  
[quote="CVPost-Dieseltech"](reply to post at 07:53:39 04/08/20) [

Ok so where is the Mark on the flywheel or where is the port that I can see the mark? This is a loader backhoe not AG tractor

Thanks



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Dieseltech

04-08-2020 07:53:39




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 Re: I60 diesel injector pump timing in reply to dieselherb, 04-08-2020 05:27:30  
Long as the flywheel and injection timing marks are correct, the gear won't matter. Some engines the pump gear has no marks as they are not needed..



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dieselherb

04-16-2020 11:19:42




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 Re: I60 diesel injector pump timing in reply to Dieseltech, 04-08-2020 07:53:39  
That's not the case on this engine there is a mark on the shaft that's hooked to the gear it's goes to the front of the end that Mark has to match the mark inside the pump



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