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JOHN DEERE 444
|RAY||I HAVE A JOHN DEERE 444 LOADER AFTER NOT RUNNING FOR A FEW DAYS IT STARTS AND RUNS FOR ABOUT A 30 MINUTES. THEN IT DIES AND I HAVE AIR BUBBLES IN THE FUEL FILTER, I HAVE REPLACED THE LINE FRON THE TANK TO THE FUEL PUMP IT WAS VERY SPUNGY AND THE FUEL FILTER. I AM THINKING THE PUMP MAY BE BAD. IF THE TRACTOR RUNS EVERYDAY THERE IS NO PROBLEM. DOES ANYONE HAVE A SUGGESTION?????
|SD|| Seems to me if you can run the tractor everyday
with no problems, then the pumps are okay. Sounds
like you have a very small air leak somewhere.
Start at the connection at the fuel take. Be sure
the nipple or fitting in the take is sealed and
fuel will flow out of it heavy. Then be sure the
new fuel line is mounted tightly on the fitting,
follow through all the way to the injector pump.
Check the gasket at the fuel filter if you have
the spin on type.
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