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Mccormick txm120 fuel pumps

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ranchingelec

03-17-2011 06:53:23




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Was just wondering if any one has worked on the new mccormicks txm120. The tractor will just stall and will not start. Crack a few injectors to bleed the system and she fires right up. Any one else had many fuel troubles with these tractors. Also seems that we are puting a fuel pump on it every year. Your thoughts?
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Ranchinelec

03-18-2011 14:02:43




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 Re: Mccormick txm120 fuel pumps in reply to ranchingelec, 03-17-2011 06:53:23  
Yes probably is electric shut of. I will have to check the wiring. It is a neibours tractor, and he just comes over for help when the tractor quits. Always same story. tractor stalls bleed fuel system and it takes right off.

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farmboyWI

03-19-2011 19:45:20




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 Re: Mccormick txm120 fuel pumps in reply to Ranchinelec, 03-18-2011 14:02:43  
Which side of the injector pump do you have to bleed or is it both? Weak transfer pump? Had a speck of dirt fall over the hole in the tank once also, a fine wire up the line popped it out.



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Ranchinelec

03-18-2011 07:04:48




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 Re: Mccormick mtx120 fuel pumps in reply to ranchingelec, 03-17-2011 06:53:23  
Typo on my part it is a MTX 120 tractor.



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farmboyWI

03-18-2011 10:02:54




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 Re: Mccormick mtx120 fuel pumps in reply to Ranchinelec, 03-18-2011 07:04:48  
Electric fuel shutoff right?



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