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Fuel Injection Question


Created On Tuesday January 27, 2009 12:18 Diesel Talk
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churchill
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Note Tuesday January 27, 2009 12:18 View thread in raw text format
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I have a 450e john deere dozer with a mechanical pump that I ran out of diesel fuel while doing some work. It was running perfectly before this with no hard starts or anything wrong. Upon refilling the tank and bleeding the line the machine would only crank and die. It does this in about 2 to 3 second intervals. I start it and 2 seconds later in sounds like it runs out of fuel and dies. One weird thing is this. There is an adjustment on the pump that has a screwdiver slot and a locknut or nut to keep it tight. If I loosen that up so that fuel can come out of it the engine runs like its brand new. It runs perfect.........with fuel running all over the place. Put that back in and tighen it and the machine dies. Anyone ever seen this?
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maniacmechanic
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Note Friday January 30, 2009 12:51 View thread in raw text format
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i have a john deere 450 lg and i have ran it out of fuel several time because my fuel gauge does not work. When you bleed the system did you crack the nut on the injector line next to the injector. Its a must for my machine otherwise i get 30 seconds of rough running and then it dies. Ive never done it alone but i crack all of the nuts on the lines then crank the machine and when fuel starts to seep i have whoever is with me to tighten the nuts.
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celinaaniston86
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Note Wednesday January 11, 2012 04:20 View thread in raw text format
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During the pumping stage, the plungers are forced inward causing an injection pulse to travel from the pump to the injector in the engine cylinder via distribution valve & high pressure pipe. During the injection is handled or changed by spinning of the cam relative to the pumping plungers and drive base.
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Note Sunday June 17, 2012 23:04 View thread in raw text format
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<< During the pumping stage, the plungers are forced inward causing an injection pulse to travel from the pump to the injector in the engine cylinder via distribution valve & high pressure pipe. During the injection is handled or changed by spinning of the cam relative to the pumping plungers and drive base. >>



Hi celina...you have made really nice reply here. You have explain whole procedure nicely that anyone can easily understand it and can be able to put it into operation. Thanks for proving such a nice explanation here.

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