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|Corinne Dalton||OUr tractor seems to be having problems with fuel. We have bled the lines and can't seem to get fuel to run the tracor longer than 5 minutes. We have replaced the fuel filter and done everything we can think of. Any ideas?
|aj||Take the top off the priming pump and clean the gauze filter and pump body,but the top back and open the bleed screws on the filters,prime till clear fuel comes through,close the bleeders,open the bleeders on the injector pump and prime again till clear bubble free fuel comes through,loosen the injector pipes at the injectors a couple of turns and spin the engine over on the starter till fuel spurts from the pipe nuts,tighten the pipes and the engine should start,make sure the fuel tank vent is not blocked.
Good Luck AJ
|Ron||check the fuel tank for something covering the hole where the fuel comes out.A leaf or something can cover the opening.