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Setting rack on 6v53 detroit

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Setting rack on 6v53 detroit
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medium and Heavy Trucks
Expert:  Curtis B. replied 1 year ago.
Have racks been off? You want to get each injector arm at the same tightness, Start with the front injector on each side, with throttle lever held in full open position, turn the screws in the rack to get the injector rack bottomed out. Do not go past just bottomed! Set the front one side , then the other, feel the first side and set the second till the front starts to loosen, then back off till both are tight. With the front injectors set, set the rest, being careful not to loosen the others. What you want is all at the same depth. There is a Detroit site that you can become a member, with access to the manuals.
Expert:  Curtis B. replied 1 year ago.
Have racks been off? You want to get each injector arm at the same tightness, Start with the front injector on each side, with throttle lever held in full open position, turn the screws in the rack to get the injector rack bottomed out. Do not go past just bottomed! Set the front one side , then the other, feel the first side and set the second till the front starts to loosen, then back off till both are tight. With the front injectors set, set the rest, being careful not to loosen the others. What you want is all at the same depth. There is a Detroit site that you can become a member, with access to the manuals.
Expert:  Curtis B. replied 1 year ago.
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