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johnny ga

03-08-2017 08:21:20




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I have a 5600 ford with the 233 engine had to use either to start and then only idle. changed out fuel thank and petcock injectors and did a reseal on injector pump now it still needs either to crank and will only idle need help please.




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Destroked 450

03-14-2017 08:16:47




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 Re: problems in reply to johnny ga, 03-08-2017 08:21:20  
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New screen in what kit?

Have you been inside the pump yourself?



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johnny ga

03-08-2017 13:45:57




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 Re: problems in reply to johnny ga, 03-08-2017 08:21:20  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see new screen in kit and fuel to at least 3 injectors didn't check the first one



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brianjbell

03-08-2017 12:22:30




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 Re: problems in reply to johnny ga, 03-08-2017 08:21:20  
Did you clean out the screen on the inlet on the pump head when you did the reseal?



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Ken(Ark)

03-08-2017 10:24:50




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 Re: problems in reply to johnny ga, 03-08-2017 08:21:20  
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Have you verified fuel to each injector ? You could probably idle with only one cylinder pumping .



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johnny ga

03-08-2017 08:52:47




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 Re: problems in reply to johnny ga, 03-08-2017 08:21:20  
yes I am getting flow thu the filter to the pump



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pinball

03-08-2017 20:32:06




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 Re: problems in reply to johnny ga, 03-08-2017 08:52:47  
sounds as though you may have linkage broke some where if it only idles. using either could be low compression as diesels needs all the compression it can get to start.



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fordfarmer

03-08-2017 08:37:37




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 Re: problems in reply to johnny ga, 03-08-2017 08:21:20  
Did you replace the filter? If you did, did you also make sure to remove the old gasket, so the new one didn't double-up with the old one?



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johnny ga

03-14-2017 07:12:11




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 Re: problems in reply to fordfarmer, 03-08-2017 08:37:37  
will a pump for a 256 ci fit on a 233 engine hard to find injector pump for 233



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