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John Deere Tractors Discussion Forum

engine cuts out after 15 seconds

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06-24-2020 13:28:07

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John Deere 210C backhoe loader. Ran fine for 12 years, sat through the winter. Haven't been able to get it to run right since Mar. it starts and runs for about 15 seconds and then dies. I replaced the fuel filter, checked the bleed screw on the side of filter bracket and fuel sprays out. Bled the fuel lines to the injectors, and fuel squirts out in little spurts. Oil is full, so not the oil cut off switch. Pulled the line off the tank side of the lift pump and fuel flowed fine from the tank. I am running out of things to check. Obviously it is getting fuel from the tank. If the bleed screw on the side of the filter bracket sprays fuel, the lift pump must be good. I am at a loss to figure this out.

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06-24-2020 13:57:16

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 Re: engine cuts out after 15 seconds in reply to screaminghollow, 06-24-2020 13:28:07  
Loosen the two screws that hold the small timing cover on the side of the injector pump so fuel leaks out and try it to see if it runs that way. If so your pump needs repair.

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