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Deutz F2L 511 Wont Start


Created On Saturday November 29, 2008 00:31 Diesel Talk
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this is on a generator and it ran great about 6 months ago. But this time I charged the battery and it just wont start. there is fuel under pressure getting to the injector pump, but no fuel at the injectors. ( I pulled both lines off the injectors and when I try to start it no fuel at all comes out) Is it possible I just need to bleed it? If so any tips how to do that. Also on the injector pump is a sping loaded pin, about an inch long, 1/4 inch thick, I can push this down and it pops back up, is that to manually prime it?
An tips would be appreciated, I know very little about this engine, its just ran perfectly for the last 4 years. thanks.
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