Hello all! In the process of rebuilding the lift cover assembly on my 65'up 4000 FORD with independent PTO, I found my check valve stuck. While I had vice grips to pull it out, when it finally come loose the check ball flew the coup. After hours of searching I have give up on ever finding it. My local ford dealer says there is no check ball in it and they cannot locate it in their parts manuals. My "IT" manual plainly shows it in there. Can someone who has the same measure the check ball with a pair of calipers. enclosed is a pic. item number 28
Re: 4000 Ford 3 cyl lift cover. in reply to leadfoot04, 10-10-2019 21:20:32
I've never had mine apart so I can't tell you for sure, but the parts diagram does not show a ball there at all. It shows the seat (#30 in your picture), the o-ring (#29) and then the guide (#27), but not that ball. They are numbered differently in the parts drawing, but everything else looks the same.
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