Construction and Road Equipment
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good afternoon my name is ***** ***** you still need assistance with this?
it sounds to me like you are air locked. anytime you run the fuel system dry you need to bleed out the air because the injection pump can not compress air at the same rate as fuel. loosen the fuel lines at the top of the injector and crank over until fuel starts to spit
sorry, if that was to dumbed down, never can tell the level of experience on the other end of the response
kubota engines dont like any air at all, there fuel systems are very sensitive to that.
yup same procedure!
Get her going?
ok. just let me know if you need me
good Monday morning. how did you make out on this?
oh yes...loaders are always fun to work around
NO reply needed. i need to respond because it looks bad on my end just hanging out there. hit me back when you have your starter issue delt with
is your electric shut off solenoid working properly?
keeping it simple...... if you have low pressure fuel making it to the inlet of the injection pump, and your shut off is ON....... something inside the pump is playing games with you
sounds like the govenour may have stuck when the fuel went dry. like i said, if you have good fuel to it and your shut off is moving, then its internal
if i remember correctly, the pump shaft on that machine is keyed to the gear so you dont need to worry about timing as much
dont those have a pump in between?
might not hurt to put a little pressure behind that fuel (no more than 10psi) and tap on the pump with a dead blow hammer
you will still need to work the air out threw the injectors and that may take some time. make sure you have some head pressure on that fuel. normally the fuel tank is higher than the injection pump if there is no in line lift pump
you get this gem running?
wow! sounds like you had plenty pushing against you on this one. cool that you got her lit. thanks for the rating and please dont hessitate to write in for more help
good job guys