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AC 7000 problem

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JimL

07-07-2003 14:44:46




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I have a 7000 AC that leaks around the rear injector. I had all the injectors rebuild about ten hours ago. It runs perfect without any miss. It looks like it is motor oil leaking around the number 6 injector. It could be diesel but it looks like oil to me. I just put on a new valve cover gasket because I thought it could be that leaking behide the injector. It wasn't.
Someone told me to pull the injector and have it tested for leaks, but the diesel shop is a two hour drive. What can it be? Help.

JimL

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Farmer Gene (WI)

07-08-2003 19:20:06




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 Re: AC 7000 problem in reply to JimL, 07-07-2003 14:44:46  
Well if it was a 190 I would say it is the copper washer that seals the injector, the 7000 uses 0 rings, maybe when the injectors were installed one of the 0 rings got rolled or got dirt behind it, I would call where you got them rebuilt and explain the problem.



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JimL

07-09-2003 05:27:34




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 Re: Re: AC 7000 problem in reply to Farmer Gene (WI), 07-08-2003 19:20:06  
Thanks for your help.



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