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841D Injection pump

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Rich.Fl

02-27-2016 11:55:39




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I had my injection pump rebuilt and put it back on the tractor.

Bled the fuel filter, had the return line on the pump disconnected, and the fuel lines cracked several turns. Cranked the tractor and started getting fuel from each line so tightened them.

Tractor tried to start, blew a little smoke than quit.

Re-opened the fuel lines at the injectors and now am not getting any fuel. Have re-bled filter etc. I am getting fuel out of the return line fitting.

Is there anything on the pump that needs to be bled?

Thanks!

Rich

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Dieseltech

02-28-2016 05:43:25




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 Re: 841D Injection pump in reply to Rich.Fl, 02-27-2016 11:55:39  
You're doing it right, nothing more to bleed. Make sure you have good flow TO the pump and try again. Air can be hard to get out at times..



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Rich.Fl

02-29-2016 12:15:52




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 Re: 841D Injection pump in reply to Dieseltech, 02-28-2016 05:43:25  
Dieseltech-

You were right. With a bit more persistence that you suggested, was able to get the diesel fired up.

Thanks Again!
Rich



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Rich.Fl

02-28-2016 06:22:27




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 Re: 841D Injection pump in reply to Dieseltech, 02-28-2016 05:43:25  
Dieseltech-

Thanks for the help! Even in Florida it is a little chilly this morning. About noon when it warms up I'll try some more.

Thanks!
Rich



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