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John Deere 870
|Bruce Drake||I have a John Deere 870 with about 300 hrs. My nephew was trying to pull a downed tree with it, so he popped the clutch, well this caused the tractor to do a wheel stand and come down hard. It immediately went dead and has never started again. I cleaned the fuel lines and blead them, replaced one injector. After checking the oil I discovered a LOT of fuel in with the oil. I changed the oil, tried starting again, and I STILL have a LOT of fuel in the oil.
Where could this be coming from??? How can I fix the problem???
Thanks in advance!
|hay||probably something busted in the fuel injector pump, maybe a seal and it's leaking into the crankcase. the pump will have to be rebuilt by a professional shop as they are set precisely and not to be fiddled with. contact your local JD dealer and they can help or give more info about injector pumps.
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