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How to adjust injection pump
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: adjusting kia sedona rear brakes
I think if the self adjusters are working properly you should be able to push the parking brake pedal (e-brake) to the floor once and release pedal. .
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
Umm wow where to start for starters there is no injector pump on a 6.0 its not a "common rail" design however it does have a hpop "high pressure oil pump" ok lets start at the tank there is fuel pump 110 to 140 psi now depending on weather you have a long bed or short bed changes a lot of things short bed single fuel tank the pump is mounted on the frame under the back of the driver ....dual tanks there in the tanks. the fuel goes up to the filter bowl/heater and is then fed to the injectors the fuel flows into the injector pushing the piston up in the cup and filling the injector with fuel when the IDM " Injector driver module" fires that injector a peizo valve opens and high pressure oil from the hpop "2200 to 4200 psi" drives the piston in the injector cup forceing the fuel out into a cylinder on its compression stroke and bang we get combustion so yeah I guess the point I was making is there is no injector pump ? but please post your issue and id love to help as I am pretty good at deisels :)
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
clutch is located at the one side of the engine just tight the screw located there do ur work along with one more person so that he can clarify that it works properly
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
I believe that you must increase everything. Is not a good idea adjusting injection pump. Will be a great idea,if you get better best answer from directly from the Manufacturer.
Go and get support from them. Will be more efective.
God bless you
Posted on Oct 05, 2012
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