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I have a 801 Powermaster ford tractor had fuel pump reworked no new timing marks on pump turned till #1 line squirted rolled motor to 18* TDC WILL NOT RUN PLEASE HELP

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SOURCE: Kia has fuel from pump to the injectors but won't

most times is the camshaft position sensor he is the one that gives the signal to the ecu so it knows when the intake valve is going to open so it fires the injectors, look for the sensor and check the connector or inspect too see if its doing its work ( signal to the ecu)

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SOURCE: Erratic fuel pump primes and fires one time. next

  • No, not your computer, you have continuity so the ECU is sending the signal. Have you checked your fuel pressure from the rail yet? Should be around 45-50 PSI when engine running and when key is off should remain almost the same. I suspect this is a fuel pressure issue, Have you tried replacing your fuel filter yet? It's a cheap and easy fix and should be changed every 15,000 miles or so. The fuel filter also has a back pressure valve inside of it, just like the fuel pump. Could also be the fuel pressure regulator. This is checked with a little hand held vacuum and you look in a little mirror, held under the fuel pressure regulator, and you look for the diagram to bulge out. This has to be done very carefully of you can ruin a good one.

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Regards, Tony

Posted on Oct 17, 2011

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SOURCE: 1998 Nissan Versa Vanette Cargo 2.3 Diesel, Timing mark position at TDC (1) for mechanical fuel injector pump. (old head cracked new head is being fitted)

thew timing marks for vanette cargo are on the timing belt u carnt go wrong

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In Australia the 1990 Nissan N13 engine has a timing BELT not a chain, this could be that the compliance plate reflects the date the vehicle leaves the assembly plant & not the day it was built

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SOURCE: I have a 1993 Ford F600 gas powered truck that will not run. With the fuel selector set on either tank neither of the tank mounted electric fuel pumps run. If we squirt fuel directly into the carb w

some factory fuel pumps are ground controled off of negaitive battery cable. check connections and if cable full of acid. replacement of cable recomended.

Posted on Dec 16, 2012

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