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injector problem HELP!!!


Created On Friday October 03, 2008 17:32 Diesel Talk
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dirtbaum
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I have a 1996 bobcat 763 with a 46HP kabota diesel motor . On top of the injector pump there was a small amount of fuel leaking. Could not tell witch one of the 4 outlet tubes was leaking so the local dealer said to put new o-rings and new copper washers in the part that screws down into the pump on all 4 outlets. Sounded simple enouph. Well all seemed like it was going well until I was tightening the last one down.It was tightening down fine until about the last turn. I thought maybe a piece of dirt was sticking in the threads so I put pretty good preasure on the wrench and it tightened up so I thought it was fine. But when I started the machine up it ran crappy. It was blowing alot of white smoke out the exhaust and has no power. I investigated what the problem could be and all I know at this point is that I screwed something up in the injector pump. When I disconnect the tube that tightened hard from the pump while the bobcat is running there is no fuel pumping out. What could I have wrecked and how to fix it?confused
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