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Kubota D905-E misfiring after warm up

Created On Sunday 9, December, 2007 10:43 AM by ehenry

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I have a Kubota BX22 with a D905-E engine. When you first crank the engine it will run fine for the first 5 to 10 minutes. After that it will start missing. I've replaced both the primary and secondary fuel filters and the #1 injector which is the cylinder it seems to be missing on. I've had the injector pump inspected and tested and it tests fine. There is good fuel flow from the tank to the injector pump.

I am stumped by this. I'm not a diesel mechanic by trade but do know the basics and I'm trying to save myself the exorbitant expense of taking the tractor to Kubota for repair. Any and all help is appreciated.


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