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6405 fuel leak at filter

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Tim GA

12-25-2012 19:59:58

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Neighbor said that after he replaced the in tank fuel pump. the tractor runs okay but fuel leaks around the filter and the braded hose at the filter. What is the fule pressure? and where to install the gage. Also any possible causes.

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Tim GA

12-26-2012 14:03:37

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 Re: 6405 fuel leak at filter in reply to Tim GA, 12-25-2012 19:59:58  
It was the fuel hose. He went to a parts store and got a hydraulic type hose to replace the braded hose. Thank you for the help.

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12-26-2012 09:01:50

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 Re: 6405 fuel leak at filter in reply to Tim GA, 12-25-2012 19:59:58  
I just replaced the braded hoses on my 6410.The rubber in the center was cracked.It only has 500 hours.The tank also leaks when full.There's a big plastic nut on top the fuel tank that holds the sender and fuel lines in place.The nut won't tighten up.John Deere tells me i need a new 1500 dollar tank.If i fill it 3/4 full it's fine.

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Mike M

12-26-2012 13:06:16

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 Re: 6405 fuel leak at filter in reply to Ray, 12-26-2012 09:01:50  
I wonder if perhaps there is an automotive application that would have a large enough nut you could buy seperatly ? I think my 1996 dodge gas truck had a really large one on it. I didn't have anything big enough to go around it to loosen it up. I found a section of roller chain and then clamped the ends together with a visegrips.

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12-25-2012 20:14:58

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 Re: 6405 fuel leak at filter in reply to Tim GA, 12-25-2012 19:59:58  
The in-tank pump is only capable of a few PSI, so I doubt that"s the cause. If this is the hose between the filter and the injection pump, those hoses commonly fail and leak due to pulsations from the injection pump.

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