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930 Diesel - Bleeding the fuel system

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RC Farms

04-05-2006 05:33:27

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Well first off I broke a cardinal rule a ran out of diesel with my 930. Now I have to go through the fuel bleeding process..which I've never done before. Operator's manual says this is the sequence. 1. Full tank with fuel valve open, 2. open bleed screw on 1st stage filter (until fuel runs clear then close, 3. open bypass valve (top of 2nd stage filter), 4. open bleed screw on 2nd stage filter, 5. open bleed screw on final filter, 6. close bypass valve. Well here's the deal, the manual shows the bleed screw at the top of the final filter, the filter I have has two bleed screws one on top and bottom. When I opened the top screw the fuel never bled out, but it did with the bottom. I don't believe the final filter is dirty because the fuel pressure was good and the first and second stage filters bled very quickly with a good clear stream. My question does the final filter have to bleed though the top screw to complete the bleeding process...or does it take a while for the fuel to get up to the top?

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04-05-2006 17:29:04

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 Re: 930 Diesel - Bleeding the fuel system in reply to RC Farms, 04-05-2006 05:33:27  
I have a 1030 and I always end up filling the last filter from the top, its just faster than trying to push the fuel up there with the hand pump. Use a plastic container...like a 90w gear lube one with the tip on it...or you can use an old large syringe to fill it up...it doesn't take long at all.

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RC Farms

04-05-2006 06:19:00

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 Re: 930 Diesel - Bleeding the fuel system in reply to RC Farms, 04-05-2006 05:33:27  
Reading the older posts I see where I should crank the engine to get the fuel to bleed out of the top of the final filter. Someone mentioned about filling the final filter from the top.

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1030 brian

04-05-2006 15:21:36

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 Re: 930 Diesel - Bleeding the fuel system in reply to RC Farms, 04-05-2006 06:19:00  
Are you using the hand primer pump located behind your duel filters?

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RC Farms

04-06-2006 05:50:02

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 Re: 930 Diesel - Bleeding the fuel system in reply to 1030 brian, 04-05-2006 15:21:36  
Thanks,I didn't check for the pump behind the filters. However, I was able to turn the engine plus pour in a little diesel in the top final filter bleed hole...and she fired right up. Thanks for the info...hopefully I will never make the mistake of running out of fuel again.

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