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AC180 injector leak

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Ossie Smith

01-11-2004 18:30:58

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OK the dumb question about injectors...I know little or nothing about them, The injectors were twisted in an attempt to remove them from the top to "bleed" the line, then it was discovered that the lines needed breaking to bleed not the injector. NOW THE PROBLEM . The injectors are leaking at the head, this dummy assumes that this is due to a break in the "seal of the injector" only this is I do not know how they are sealed or how to repair them. The rubber seal are obviouly messed up and now is there a "seal" or some type insert in the head where the injectors fit ??Would appricate some of you Diesel expert help here on this otherwise easy project. Thanks in Advance

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Farmer Gene (WI)

01-12-2004 02:34:52

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 Re: AC180 injector leak in reply to Ossie Smith, 01-11-2004 18:30:58  
There's a copper washer that goes over the end of the injector. You have to remove the injector and if your lucky the washer will come out with the injector but more often than not the washer will stay in the bottom of the hole and will need to be fished out which can be a bear at times. I take a thin common screwdriver and bend the tip at not quite 90 degrees so you can get under the washer and pop it out. The rubber seal you're talking about is to keep dirt out. Hope this helps

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