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1968 ford 2000 tractor 3 cylinders number 1 cylinder isn't getting fuel from injector pump the other 2 are is pump bad or not primed right


You need to ensure that here are no vacuum leaks in the line from the tank to the lift pump, the lift pump which looks very similar to a car petrol pump must be in good working order ie able to pump the minimum pressure and volume at cranking speed and idle speed.
If the lift pump is not working properly it will cause cavitation at the injector pump that will cause low pressure bubbles on the intake of the injector pump. If you have a good lift pump and there are no vacuum leaks between the tank and the lift pump then it may be down to bleeding the air out of the injector lines first at the pump, and then at the end of the injector lines (be very careful the diesel is at 170 to 175 times atmospheric pressure which is about 2500 pounds per square inch (which can penetrate skin deeply and even bone). Most of the Ford tractors use a rotary injection pump. Having only one cylinder not pressurizing is extremely unusual, try swapping the injectors between cylinders to see if it is a faulty injector, making sure to use new or at least anneal the old copper sealing washers and tension the injectors evenly with a tension wrench to correct torque. If the misfire then follows the injector it means your need the injectors servicing. New needles & nozzles for injectors is a lot cheaper than a new or rebuilt rotary injection pump. Please advise if it’s an inline pump. (which I doubt they were rare because they cost more).

Jun 01, 2016 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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How to fix the timing on a ford f250 6.9 ltr diesel


This is a technique called spill timing line up the timing marks
remove the pipe to the injector on #1 Cylinder loosen the mounting / adjustment bots on the pump attach a spill cut off pipe (looks like a '?") use the lift pump to supply low pressure fuel. While pumping the lift pump turn the injector pump in the direction of rotation until fuel flows freely then turn the injector pump slowly and gradually against the direction of rotation till fuel stops. lock the pump in this position. this is correct timing

Feb 18, 2016 | 1985 Ford F 250

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What can the fault be if there comes a black smoke out of the exhaust of your 2008 1.4tdci ford ikon


Hi, depends what colour black smoke, is it bluey black, grey black, whitey black, You may have to take it to a Diesel fuel shop, It may be the timing on the engine or the injector pump, (the pump may need to be timed to the engine, also the Injector pump also may need calibrating.) To calibrate pump you need to take it to a Diesel Fuel Workshop. Due to wear and conditions the injectore nozzles, injector pump, timing and performance of the engine will change over time.

Jan 29, 2015 | Ford Cars & Trucks

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I need timing mark diagram for injection pump replacement 1984 6.9 diesel


now please foregive me if i give the wrong answer here as i have never seen this engine but on the Ford D series commercial engines their is a plug in the back of the injector pump flange housing ,you remove this plug and turn engine till you see the mark ,which is 18? for a non turbo and 21? for a turbo version but this one ?? never seen one here in europe so best of british

Oct 25, 2014 | 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab

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How to change injector pump on a ford tractor 4600.


You will have to get a work shop manual to set the timing marks correctly.

Aug 23, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Ford e 350 runs rough blows black smoke until you restart it


the truck is either an e350 0r f250 right? now which?
Gas powered rigs ? call the dealer to inquire about outstanding recalls. inspect your fuel pressure regulator for the correct number
F4TZ or newer should be seen. check the oil dipstick for a fuel smell. if the spark plugs show excessive fuel or carbon. change the oil first, and the filter. then use an update regulator, and tune up.
diesel rigs? theres a possibility of fuel injector pump and or injector problems. first determine the glow plug system is right. see a diesel tech about what diesel fuel system yours is equipped with, do the required maintenance, and with good parts does it smoke cold only, warm only or both. then you can begin to get answers. several systems were used and engine displacement must be known to look it up. a faulty glow plug controller or inoperative glow plugs can contribute to cold smoke, a faulty injector pump or leaky injectors can cause warm smoke. some diesels have the newer system and there are a series of updates you must have. parts are very expensive so do your homework first. build date, engine size, injector type, outstanding recalls, tsb's tech service messages. these can all be found at the ford dealer. they will be happy to answer your questions.

Feb 02, 2014 | 1994 Ford F250 Supercab

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2004 ford explorer will not start but turns over


For a no start , cranks over ok. be sure you have fuel pressure at the fuel rail first, before checking the injectors. There should be more that 40 psi at the rail... if not .. you might have a fuel pump problem. Even if you have fuel pressure at the fuel rail... the next thing I would check for,,, is spark !! Make sure you have spark at the spark plugs. The order would be... fuel pressure first and then spark , , then injector pulse. !! Then plugged exhaust.... then bad fuel then engine timing. The injectors have power to them all the time. The PCM controls the ground to the injectors. So you would have to monitor the ground side of the injectors. So checking injectors is kinda complicated. Hope this helps you. Good luck.

Mar 03, 2013 | 2004 Ford Explorer

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1986 FORD F 350 DIESEL 6.9 REPLACED INJECTOR PUMP AND STILL DOSENT GET FUEL ALSO WHEN IT DOSE START THE IDLE IS AT 3000


check to see that your mechanical fuel pump is working on the lower right side of the engine. VERY problematic pump due to design and location. Have you replaced your fuel filter with the injector pump swap? cause you need to do that , its a must If your getting fuel to your injector pump you have to bleed the lines to each cylinder to bleed out the air in the system. If that all checks out then you need to set the timing to 8 deg using a timing light and a diesel injection pulse width adapter timing tool. purchase a haynes manuel for 6.9l/7.3l diesel engines to follow the correct procedure for setting timing to manufactures spec. You will have to disconnect sensor at certain times during the timing stage so make sure it is done right!
PS - I hope you marked a reference line on the pump to line up with the line on the housing cause that will get you close to start! good luck

Apr 07, 2010 | 1986 Ford F 350

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Injector pump


These things are easy to time. Just line up the scribe mark on the pump to the scribe mark on the timing cover and that's it. The pump only bolts to to the drive gear one way because of a dowel. One tip if your not already aware, leave the injector lines attached to the pump for removal and install, it will make life easier.

Oct 18, 2008 | 1988 Ford F 350

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