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Case 885

Andy Continuous trouble having to change fuel filters.
This last time it started sputtering and missing and eventually quit and will not run , will crank but not start.Any help will be greatly appreciated.I do not have much experience with diesel engines.

dusty did you dump the olsd fuel filter out in a bowl to see what was in it? probable has water and rust. drain the fuel tank take the fitting off of the bottom of the tank if the tank has a lot of (rust in it you can tell by collecting the fuel you drain off yoy will have to clean it real good by steam or you can keep putting the garden hose in it and moving it all around over and over several times and let it drain out and do it again until there is no more rust coming out then let it dry out a bent piece of copper tubing on the end of a air hoes and wiggle it all around will help get the water out) * if you only have water drain the tank and flush with some fresh diesel drain and put the fitting back in bleed the air from the fuel filter with the bleeder usualy on the top of the filter housing * most injection pumps have a bleeder on them too bleed it you may have to crank the engine until fuel comes out then break the injection line at the injectors just loosen them about a turn then crank the engine again until you have fuel with little air bubbles coming from the injection lines more cranking is better the less just to get the air from the lines then tighten the lines and it should start pretty quick after you tighten the lines up. good luck dusty oklahoma
Andy Thank You Dusty for your response,I will give it a try.Thanks again Andy.

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