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Re: 500 diesel injector pump

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Don L.

09-19-2001 05:51:42

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treat the pump like gold, they are very $$$ to fix. Make sure the plunger in not stuck in the head, This will kill a lot of them. Save yourself BIG bucks and check it over BEFORE rotating the engine.

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Don L.

09-20-2001 15:00:15

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 Re: Re: Re: 500 diesel injector pump in reply to John, 09-19-2001 08:30:52  

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carl n foster

11-20-2004 10:14:00

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: 500 diesel injector pump in reply to Don L., 09-20-2001 15:00:15  
ihave a 530 case back hoe that hase always started any time till back in august it just wont start any more i drove it in the barn back in febuary and turned it of and it hasent started since

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Dick (IL)

09-22-2001 10:10:32

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 500 diesel injector pump in reply to John, 09-20-2001 21:29:40  
A reminder if you didn't already know. Injector
pump fuel delivery parts are machined/ground/polished to very close tolerances. One of the first things I learned at the US Army Engineer School at Ft Belvoir VA back in 1969 is to treat those injector and pump parts gently, do not pick up unprotected plungers, barrels, scrolls, etc with bare hands. The salts and moisture in human sweat can cause corrosion that can/will damage those fine parts.

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