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fuel pump injector/injectors
|mike brownfield||i think my fuel injector pump is out i have a case w14 loader it runs at low rpm but when you put a load on it crapes out is this something i can fix on my own or is this even the problem??
can anyone help!!!
|AJ||That sounds more like a dirty filter problem than the pump or injectors,nearly all fuel related problems start off with dirt in the tank going to block the outlet and then the filters,make sure the fuel can leave the tank and if not repair it,see the tank is vented,remove the sediment glass bowl and clean the filter gauze,check the rubber gasket and put the bowl back,fit two new fuel filters,bleed the system,screw the priming plunger down till its tight,start it up and see how it runs.
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