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Re:david brown 880

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james murphy

11-30-1999 03:29:17




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Just purchased a David Brown 880 and slashed my few acres. As I was finishing the last strip I hit a heavy patch the revs were a bit low and he stalled.
Didn't want to start again. It ran on Aerostart which indicates a fuel problem. The tank has diesel, the fuel bowl is full, and there is fuel at the injectors. There are no funny noises when turning the engine over. Could the injector pump have been knocked out of sequence by the stalling?
Turning the engine over by hand seems surprisingly easy considering the compression ratio, but up until the stalling the tractor was running very well.
Does anyone have any idea of where I should start looking to solve this problem? All help greatfully received by an Australian cousin.

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Elmer

11-30-1999 04:30:52




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 Re: re:david brown 880 in reply to james murphy, 11-30-1999 03:29:17  
You mentioned aerostart, is that ether. Are you getting a good spray from the injection lines when you loosen them up a turn, and turn the engine over.



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james Murphy

12-01-1999 03:34:29




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 Re: Re: re:david brown 880 in reply to Elmer, 11-30-1999 04:30:52  
Thanks Elmer, yes the Aerostart is ether. No the fuel was only dribbling out of the injector lines. Next time I get the chance I'll pull out one of the injectors and see what kind of spray I'm getting. I'll let you know whats happening, James



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