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Injection pump oil change - ford 7000

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jwh f-100

09-11-2019 02:43:34




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Hey all. I have a ford 7000.. Is there a how to on changing the oil in the injection pump??? Pretty straight forward?? Thanks




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jwh f-100

09-11-2019 12:41:26




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 Re: Injection pump oil change - ford 7000 in reply to jwh f-100, 09-11-2019 02:43:34  
Thanks for all the replies!! You all have me nervous about the plugs.. :oops:



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Fordfarmer

09-11-2019 13:31:55




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 Re: Injection pump oil change - ford 7000 in reply to jwh f-100, 09-11-2019 12:41:26  
Don't be nervous... just don't cross thread them, or overtighten.



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sotxbill

09-11-2019 06:42:52




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 Re: Injection pump oil change - ford 7000 in reply to jwh f-100, 09-11-2019 02:43:34  
AS others have said... DONT strip the bolts when you put them back in....The pump is made out of pot metal, or something easy to strip..... Otherwise an easy job. Most pumps end up diluting the oil with diesel fuel over time,.., but that does not seem to bother them.
I always paint my service points yellow, like the new cars do... So the dip sticks, oil plugs, and check plugs all get painted yellow. Oil caps, radiator caps are all yellow. Helps find them in the green fields on occasion as well. I also do all the grease fittings so I can find them quicker. Haybines can have a lot of hidden fittings... around 29 fittings.... And the three plugs on the pump get painted yellow.

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jwh f-100

09-11-2019 05:01:54




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 Re: Injection pump oil change - ford 7000 in reply to jwh f-100, 09-11-2019 02:43:34  
Ok thanks. So just fill until oil runs out oil level plug. Got it thanks



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Dieseltech

09-11-2019 04:27:23




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 Re: Injection pump oil change - ford 7000 in reply to jwh f-100, 09-11-2019 02:43:34  
Pump has oil drain plug at the bottom, and same size oil level plug on the side. Be careful and DON'T strip the threads. Large oil fill plug is at top front, use same oil as in engine..



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Bern

09-11-2019 05:17:44




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 Re: Injection pump oil change - ford 7000 in reply to Dieseltech, 09-11-2019 04:27:23  
Any time I'm inside one of those pumps I always Helicoil those drain and level holes.

On a different note, were you the one who put different plungers and barrels in your 6000 pump? Mine is an awful hard starting beast. It runs great once it's going. I would love some more details on that if you wouldn't mind.

Thanks



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Dieseltech

09-11-2019 07:21:43




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 Re: Injection pump oil change - ford 7000 in reply to Bern, 09-11-2019 05:17:44  
I use Heli coils in those too, always thought it was silly as they came. Fun part is getting the housing welded back up when someone puts in a larger/longer bolt in. Have had several housings with HUGE holes in the side or bottom when the weight cage catches that bolt!
Far as starting cold goes, mine I mow with does not start well cold unless the cold start button is used. I made a button pushing hinge bracket/cable setup so I can trip it from the seat. I put in 9.0 MM plungers that have the cold start notch in the plunger top edge that retards the timing. Plungers were used I had from a Perkins V-8 parts pump. Next one I do I'll use the smaller 8.0 MM retard notch plungers like used in 5000, 8000, and 9000 pumps as mine does not start well hot unless the button is used then too. The 6000 used 7.5 MM flat top, no retard notch plungers that don't start well cold like the later pumps do. I wonder if a timing change back to 22 or 23 degrees instead of 26 would help? Might be worth a try as it's not hard to shift it a bit.

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Bern

09-16-2019 07:52:19




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 Re: Injection pump oil change - ford 7000 in reply to Dieseltech, 09-11-2019 07:21:43  
My preference would be to install plungers with the retard notch, because I don't wish to back down the static timing. I'm trying to cut down on the white smoke when it's cold.



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