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Dieselteck JD fuel pump ?

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phil25

09-22-2022 16:46:32




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Good evening: A question of what took place today when a JD 4020? was run out of fuel.
With the lower bleed screw (pump body) i got bubble free fuel within a few cranks,closed it and opened the upper bleed screw and no bubbles or fuel..?
Rolled it over a few more times looking for air, and it started to make white smoke/barked and started...
Still there was no fuel out of the upper bleed ?
Are you able to learn me why/how this happened ?
I can only think the upper bleed is blocked inside by dirt? and it self bled the lines/injectors as i rolled it?
As for running/power no loss noticed using a 6ft bush hog.
Curiously can kill the cat...on this one.
Tks for your thoughts

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Dieseltech

09-22-2022 16:51:16




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 Re: Dieselteck JD fuel pump ? in reply to phil25, 09-22-2022 16:46:32  
What injection pump does it have? DB, JDB, or the obsolete CB pump?



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phil25

09-23-2022 03:05:56




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 Re: Dieselteck JD fuel pump ? in reply to Dieseltech, 09-22-2022 16:51:16  
oops i forgot to add that....when FIONA has passed by today/night i will go check on that.
tks



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