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I have a nissan largo TD with a shot turbo, it has been sitting for 7 years just decided i want to get it going again, i'm trying to bleed the lines but i cant find the lift pump... i found a little pump on the side of the injector but the line coming from that goes nowhere. any suggestions?
I have a nissan largo 96 2 lt diesel that keeps stalling when i put it in reverse and chucks black smoke out it also stalls at lights but always starts put a fault code reader on and it has come up with numbers 1-5 =lean mixture but its deisel ? 1-8 ant got a clue with that one , and code 21 does any one think it the ECU ?SOME ONE THINKS IT COULD BE injector pump ?my engine management light flashing now.thanks marg
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Car has set for 3 days in the cold , tried to start it but it won't start acts no fuel is getting to the engine
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
I'm assuming you have replaced the turbo, and the fuel filter, and introduced new fuel into the system. The little pump on the side of the injection pump is the priming pump. You must loosen the pump plunger by turning it counter clockwise. Loosen the air vent screw on top. Then moving the plunger up and down, pump all the air out till you have clean fuel. Push the plunger back in, turn it clockwise to lock in place, and tighten the vent.The draw back of any vehicle that's been sitting for long periods, is that the fuel will go bad over time. This includes any fuel that was left in the injection pump. Being a diesel, the fuel will essentially deteriorate and form a sort of algae (black/green muck). This "muck" will tend to clog the passages and plungers in the injection pump, and clog the injectors. Without going into a huge technical rebuild of the injection pump, you can attempt to bleed it through the method mentioned. You may, though, be faced with replacing the pump and injectors since they've sat so long. I hope this helps, and I hope you have luck starting your van.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
Lift pump is built into injector pump,either fit a builb pump in the fuel line or pressure the fuel tank with air from a compressor, last alternative that i dont recommend is to crank engine ,but if you do no more than 20 secs crank to a couple of minutes rest or you will throw the solder in the armature
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
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