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Danmn

05-15-2019 14:30:18




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430 sat outside 2 years- got running but it only goes one speed- shifts runs fine but you can see the lever go back and forth on the pump but doesnt go any slower or faster- thinking governor seal in pump- would like some other thoughts before taking pump off- diesel with a roosa master pump




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mEl

05-15-2019 16:41:12




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 Re: 430 fuel throttle in reply to Danmn, 05-15-2019 14:30:18  
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I would take the top off the pump and manually move the governor mechanism, it sounds to me like the linkage must have rusted or varnished fast, I believe if it was rust it would have destroyed the head so if it is rust consider yourself lucky, Im betting it will free up with a little movement, there is nothing loose in there that will jump out, take care with the cover screws as I have seen them twist off, I would put good penetrating oil on them then take a punch and hammer and TAP on them a few times to help loosen them up. You will probably fix it that way, good luck, keep us posted,

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