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Removing Fuel Injection pump from 1050
|Gary||Does anyone have any experience removing a fuel injection pump from a 1050. I have followed the repair manual's directions, but after disconnecting as directed, I still can't get it more than 1/4 inch out. There seems to be a pin on the inside of the pump that is preventing it's removal. Should that pin be removed? Tried to pull pin out, but so far, it hasn't moved.
Would appreciate your help.
|Mark||The pin has to be removed to get the injection pump out. I also suggest that you remove the oil pump cover and take the Governor spring out also
Once you get the little cotter pin pulled you can then take the 4 fuel pump bolts loose and the injector pump will come out. You need a pair of 45 degree long Needle Nose pilers to get the cotter out
Don't drop it...you will never find it and it will get in the crankcase and wreak havoc!!!
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