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1030 runs out of diesel

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Charllie in Mo

08-30-2014 19:30:34




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I have a 1030 that will run fifteen/twenty minutes and then starts missing and acting like it's running out of fuel, let it sit a few minutes and it's OK for a while???? Changed the filters. Thank you.




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geoids

09-04-2014 12:30:13




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 19:30:34  
I"d say hand pump - My 1030 had the same problem. It didn"t take much crud in those discs to make it cough like that and lose power.

1070 had the crud in that elbow and had the same symptoms.



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Doc Larry

09-01-2014 05:42:03




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 19:30:34  
Go out in the dark with a good strong flashlight and search around in the inside of the fuel tank for debris that might be clogging the inlet under suction. Along with everything else that"s been suggested.



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Charllie in Mo

08-31-2014 19:12:19




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 19:30:34  
Thank you all very much, Charlie



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Donald In Mn

08-31-2014 19:10:47




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 19:30:34  
check the elbow on the line from the tank in front of the hand pump. anytime a 930 or 1030 that came to the shop where i worked had fuel problems that was the first place we checked . most of the time if the hand pump didnt work that elbow was plugged



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Sidney Lovelace

08-31-2014 18:34:20




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 19:30:34  
Our 1030 did the same thing. We put an electric pump on it, no issues now.



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Jeff From WI.

08-31-2014 13:12:16




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 19:30:34  
The transfer pump on the fuel pump is bad.

Between the block and the fuel pump is a small little transfer pump bolted onto the fuel pump, only two bolts and a fuel line hold it on.

Look from underneath and you will see it.

Mine went out about ten years ago, easy fix and you can do it without pulling your pump.

Good luck Jeff



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Jeff From WI.

08-31-2014 13:10:09




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 19:30:34  
The transfer pump on the fuel pump is bad.

Between the block and the fuel pump is a small little transfer pump bolted onto the fuel pump, only two bolts and a fuel line hold it on.

Look from underneath and you will see it.

Mine went out about ten years ago, easy fix.

Good luck Jeff



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Rich10e

08-31-2014 06:00:46




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 19:30:34  
My 930 did that,my fuel line out of the tank was loose,took a long time for me to figure that out,worth a check anyway



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j hikemper

08-30-2014 20:01:35




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 19:30:34  
chek the fuel flow ...the hand pump could have crud in it ...



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Charllie in Mo

08-30-2014 20:31:40




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to j hikemper, 08-30-2014 20:01:35  
The hand pump doesn't seem to work, but will check it, thank you. Charlie



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j hikemper

08-31-2014 06:02:34




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 20:31:40  
if you have good fuel flow up to the hand pump , but not beyond it ..take the hand pump completely apart ,,, pay attention to all parts how they come apart ,,, most of the ones I took apart were disguised with crud,,be careful with it ,, I am told cnh wants a couple hundred for it now,, used to be 18 bux



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Jw

08-31-2014 05:25:38




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Charllie in Mo, 08-30-2014 20:31:40  
Transfer pump could be going bad. Had a 1030 do the same thing until I pulled the transfer pump off and got it rebuilt. You need to pull the injection pump to get at it



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youngdr1@shaw.ca

08-31-2014 07:34:44




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 Re: 1030 runs out of diesel in reply to Jw, 08-31-2014 05:25:38  
We have an electric fuel pump in line so may cure the problem



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