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Ford 9600 finally roars to life

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04-18-2018 19:04:17

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I bought this 9600 at an auction a month ago. It had no batteries so it was not started up.Seemed to be in fair shape so bid on it and it was mine. well today after some coxing my 9600 started up. Power steering works good, pto starts and stops,and dual power works too.A couple of things i noticed upon start up.Its not runnin smoothly so im thinkin its runnin on 5 cylinders.I think the injector closest to the fan is not workin.I will look into it in the coming days.The other issue is, i hear some clattering comin from the top of the valve cover. its not knocking, but making this clanging/pinging noises. Im thinkin valve clearances have to be adjusted. Also thinkin the fuel injector pump needs a rebuild. Have you guys ever had these symtoms in your tractor.Any thoughts, ideas, and help appreciated......John

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04-20-2018 05:51:10

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 Re: Ford 9600 finally roars to life in reply to Jo-ker, 04-18-2018 19:04:17  
Did you change the oil in the injection pump?

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04-20-2018 18:44:47

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 Re: Ford 9600 finally roars to life in reply to riveroadrat, 04-20-2018 05:51:10  
I couldnt drain it. The previous owner must have lost the drain bolt and then stuck a brass radiator drain tap into the hole. I cant wrench it out, its too warn out.

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Deutz Lover

04-19-2018 18:32:27

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 Re: Ford 9600 finally roars to life in reply to Jo-ker, 04-18-2018 19:04:17  
Great news.
What was the time line. Did you just chance it bypass everything and engage the starter?

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04-20-2018 18:48:35

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 Re: Ford 9600 finally roars to life in reply to Deutz Lover, 04-19-2018 18:32:27  
I used screw driver and touch the center bolt on solenoid and small connection above it.

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David G

04-19-2018 04:26:16

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 Re: Ford 9600 finally roars to life in reply to Jo-ker, 04-18-2018 19:04:17  
I had the problem with the simms pump on my 6610, had rust in the pump and broken return springs.

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04-19-2018 04:02:19

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 Re: Ford 9600 finally roars to life in reply to Jo-ker, 04-18-2018 19:04:17  
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Did you check inside the cover of the injection pump before starting it?

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04-19-2018 15:06:40

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 Re: Ford 9600 finally roars to life in reply to showcrop, 04-19-2018 04:02:19  
Yes i checked, took the cover off, didnt see anything, it looked shiny and clean inside.

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