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Injector pipe repair. Temporary emergency fix.

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Knud

06-17-2019 18:22:58




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John Deere 2020. Number 1 injector pipe is leaking from the compression nut at the injector. Not by the threads, but coming back through the nut. Anyone have any ideas how to stop the leak, just so the tractor can be moved until it can be fixed? I have a replacement pipe ordered. Just curious about emergency repairs.




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Mike M

06-19-2019 05:38:49




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 Re: Injector pipe repair. Temporary emergency fix. in reply to Knud, 06-17-2019 18:22:58  
Won't it still run on the other 3 cyl. enough to move it ?



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Knud

06-18-2019 14:26:40




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 Re: Injector pipe repair. Temporary emergency fix. in reply to Knud, 06-17-2019 18:22:58  
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I know I need a new line. Just wondering if anyone had any ideas for a temporary patch just so the tractor can be moved. Anything to slow down the leak temporarily.



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Tim S

06-18-2019 17:38:14




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 Re: Injector pipe repair. Temporary emergency fix. in reply to Knud, 06-18-2019 14:26:40  
Not much you can do to patch it..



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Tim S

06-18-2019 07:00:01




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 Re: Injector pipe repair. Temporary emergency fix. in reply to Knud, 06-17-2019 18:22:58  
Line is cracked behind the flare. Get another line..



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David G

06-18-2019 06:04:01




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 Re: Injector pipe repair. Temporary emergency fix. in reply to Knud, 06-17-2019 18:22:58  
I would agree, injector line should not have o ring, steel or brass washer yes.



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D-

06-18-2019 05:49:24




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 Re: Injector pipe repair. Temporary emergency fix. in reply to Knud, 06-17-2019 18:22:58  
Shouldn't be an oring there.



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Knud

06-17-2019 19:07:51




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I did remove the nut. No obvious crack or hole. There appears to be an o- ring maybe on the end of the tube. That could be the problem. Also the alignment of the pipe going through the nut makes it looks like the end of the pipe won't seat correctly. Been using the tractor for several years and have always noticed that it looked like that tube was in a bind. No leaks though until yesterday.

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teddy52food

06-17-2019 18:50:12




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 Re: Injector pipe repair. Temporary emergency fix. in reply to Knud, 06-17-2019 18:22:58  
Did you open it up & see if it is cracked or what?



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