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I have a deere 330 clc trackhoe. The engine will stall out

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I have a john deere 330 clc trackhoe. The engine will stall out when the arm is raised. I replaced the fuel injection pump, and it still happens. I can let it sit for 5 minutes and will start back.
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Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Construction and Road Equipment
Expert:  Dan replied 8 months ago.

Hi my name is***** will be glad to try to help. If you have verified good fuel supply to the injection pump, the fuel transfer pump is good and there are no restrictions or leaks sucking in air/starving the injection pump for fuel supply, your turbo checks out okay and spins freely without drag or contacting the housing, there are no air restrictions, then you likely have a hydraulic problem such as pump, relief valve stuck, or return restriction causing an excessive load on the engine. Check the hydraulic return filter in the tank for fine metal/Debris indicating a pump or component failure. Let me know

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