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Help! 1963 Ford 2000 Dextra
I need your help please. I own a 1963 Ford 2000 Dextra tractor. The tractor keeps getting air in the fuel line and I have to go through the priming process to make it run. This weekend I had to re-prime the fuel system every 10 minutes to keep the tractor running. Have you seen this problem and do have a suggestion on how to fix?
|thepumpguysc||Lift pump bolted to the side of the injection pump would be the 2nd place I would start[most likely the culprit] but first I would change the fuel filters.
Are you sure the shut-off valve under the tank or the "copper" line from the tank to the filter head isnt rubbed thru? You would see a fuel drip if so.
If you need a lift pump let me know. TPG
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