Construction and Road Equipment
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Have you checked the other tank where the crossover line goes into and made sure that the hole is not plugged
Any update yet?
Does this model have the fuel tank on the front or metal fuel tanks on the rear?
You are probably going to have to drop the skid pan under the engine and drain the fuel from both tanks and take the crossover tube out it probably has rust or debris in it keeping the other tank from filling up
Those tanks are a terrible design flaw they fill up with rust if the tanks are not always full. I would drain the fuel out of both tanks and pull that crossover tube off and clean it out
New PT-100 have plastic tanks on front so terex knew they screwed up and did not want to fix the older ones
I have in the past pulled both tanks off and took them to a heavy equipment dealer and they coated the inside of the tanks and I did not have any more problems out of it
here is a picture of the tank number 16 is the crossover tube I am talking about
I would still take the plug out of the middle of the crossover tube and see if any thing comes out debris in the fuel tank will settle to the bottom and may not get picked up in the pick up tube that goes to the filter
Ok let me know what you find out and please rate me when you have a chance
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Ok that is fine keep me updated on what you find out