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Re: timing diesel fuel pump
first remove the timing cover afer remove also remove the crankshaft pully.
now you can see timing belt clearly next remove the valve cover to see valves.
Rotate the engine by hand you can see where you remove the engine bully key grove that key should be top side while you rotating the engine there is mark like -- on the cover behand where you remove the pully so that mark and the crank shark key should in lined.
after that look the injection pump pully you can see front side mark --- look the engine direct behand the bully you can see mark that two mark should be in line have look the engine valves first cylinder should be close and the 4cylinser exhaust valve open.
i thing that will help you.
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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
because injector pumps need specialized machinery to calibrate them , this is a job for a diesel specialist shop
while you can remove the pump , the fitting and timing is is tricky unless it is done by an experienced diesel mechanic
Because the machine would be used by a company or to make a living the quickest fix here is to have a specialist shop to the job rather that do it your self
the pump shaft probably has a bad bearing and that is allowing the shaft seal not to work properly and allowing fuel into the sump
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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.
Diesel gets in the sump from an seal leaking in the fuel pump through to the drive gear and out into the sump. If it has an inline pump( one where the injector lines are in a row at the top of the pump) the fuel will be leaking past the plunger elements and into the pump sump which then drains back tot he engine sump. IF it is slight but consistent sometimes injectors will dribble when shut down and the fuel will by pass the piston rings into the sump. Talk with a diesel pump and injector repair specialist for any faults particular to the Kubota fuel system
THE WARRANTY PERIOD IS 11YEARS OR 120K MILES FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE.
REMOVE THE OIL FILLER TUBE. THERE IS 3 BOLTS HIDDEN BEHIND IT. TRY NOT TO DROP THEM, THE TIMING COVER WILL HAVE TO BE REMOVED IF YOU DO.
THE INTAKE MANIFOLD HAS TO BE REMOVED, THIS MAY REQUIRE YOU TO REMOVE THE THERMOSTAT HOUSING TOO.
NOT THE CROSSOVER.
NEXT REMOVE THE FUEL INJECTOR LINES, TRY NOT TO BEND THEM OUT OF THE WAY TOO FAR AS IT WILL MAKE INSTALLATION EASIER AND THE LINES WON'T GET CROSSED.
REMOVE THE FUEL LINES FROM THE INJECTOR PUMP.
REMOVE THE PUMP.
AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF THE NEW PUMP YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SET THE TIMING WITH A SCANNER. YOU MAY HAVE TO GO TO A DEALERSHIP OR A DIESEL REPAIR SHOP TO HAVE THIS DONE.
The check valve is a small brass fitting where the return line attaches to the filter head. I believe it takes a 7/16" wrench. There is a 'duck bill' inside that prevents fuel from leaking back to the tank causing air in the system. It should allow flow in only on direction. Some times you can see light through it if it's bad enough. Also, the lines between the injectors can dry out and start to leak air. Air will leak in before fuel leaks out, and you won't see it. There are plastic, cup-shaped connectors for these hoses that press onto the top of each injector. They are sealed by two o-rings on each injector body where it meets the connector. These o-rings can dry out and also leak air and fuel. Your Ford dealer or diesel service professional should have the proper o-rings. Any other o-rings might not seal, as they won't be the exact size. You already changed the fuel solenoid when you replaced the pump. It is inside. There has to be battery cranking voltage to it while cranking, and battery voltage with key in 'on' position. The wire attaches to the top of the pump. This is not likely to be the problem, since it restarts every 2 hours.
isusu engine?? have you looked for a 8mm hole in timing gear that corresponds with a hole on plate behind then lock it in with a bolt ,remove bolt after tightening belt .DONT FORGET THIS ???.....if you cant find anything do it with no timing marks easy --- piston no 1 at tdc valves closed spin pump till fuel comes out of no 1 injector feed and lock it all together,indirect diesel is 6/8 ,,,,,direct injection is 12/16,,,,and turbo is 18/22 btdc