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Wiring diagram for the fuel injector pump

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MF 135 3 cylinder Perkins motor. The engine sounds to be missing when under no load; under load she sounds to be firing satisfactorily. The injectors have been serviced and are said to be fine. The


Any engine runs better doing what its built for, but it should not be very noticeable. If you are familiar with this engine, then I would tend to go with your instincts. The injector timing is a likely cause and could be supplying more fuel than you need creating a laboured combustion which evens out under load.
Perkins parts were found everyware around western Australia 20 years ago and were cheap, I'm a bit out of touch on that aspect these days, but they are worth the effort, you should try to find some old school farmers around to speak with, they often have golden and unique solutions.

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I havea ingersol rand lull vr90b with a perkins diesel engine i took the starter off to have it worked on acted like the sylenoid was bad it would kick in two or three times before it would crank but...


The stop solenoid will only work when you have power applied. That way when you switch of the engine the solenoid pushes forward and shuts off the fuel. In short any power failure switches off the diesel. So wire it so wih power it is sucked in

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Oil sump filling up with diesel in perkins 4203 engine


First thing to check (and easiest) is the fuel lift pump fitted to the back left side of engine when viewed from the front. This is the fuel pump that 'lifts' the diesel from the tank. It is driven from a cam on the engine via a lever on the pump that operates a diaphram. If this diaphram has a hole in it diesel leaks into the engine while still having enough pump force to operate normally. These are cheap enough to replace - whole unit for 20quid. Could also be the CAV Fuel pump that is on front right side (behind timing cover) that has the 4 solid pipes coming from it that feeds the 4 injectors. This is a complex piece of kit that is expensive to replace, cheap to buy a rebuild kit for (PARTS4ENGINES.COM). If the engine is running OK then these would be the two places I would check first. If the engine is running like a bag of nails could be as bad as a cracked cylinder liner.
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Perkins 3 cylinder powered pramac generator


Start looking at your safety circuits.

1. High water temp
2. Low Oil
3. Low water etc...

From the manual these are the protection circuits.

• Engine protection: low oil pressure, high engine temperature.
• Genset protection: under/over voltage, overload, battery charger failure, battery voltage out of limits,
under/over frequency, start failure.
• Circuit breaker protection: IV poles.
• Differential protection.


Any one of them will trip the fuel relay closed. What you may be able to do is disconnect one at a time each protection circuit and see when the fuel relay opens. (Make sure to reconnect each one if it had no effect on the fuel solenoid)

Once you isolate which circuit it is in then you can chase wires or change the bad switch.

Thanks for choosing FixYa.

Kelly

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The gent set is Perkins 135 KVA after overhauled it refuses to start please the injector refuses to supply fuel to the nozzle


Check the fuel solenoid is getting power. It may be locked out by loow lube oil pressure and other things.

ALSO when restarting a diesel one OFTEN must "bleed" the fuel lines at each injector... same as when one inadvertently runs a diesel out of fuel. Crack the connectors at the injectors and crank till fuel comes out and tighten each one. Yes, it is a pain...

Apr 21, 2010 | Pramac GBW30P Encl Diesel Genset w/Perkins...

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Low power


Hi ,
firstly i would do a full service on it , all filter and fluids , oil/coolant water,fuel filter(s) and air filters
pay attention to any water seperators , check all fuel line connectors and unions are tight and in good order ( drawing a small amount of air into the fuel system if often the cause of ''a lack of power '')
check your diesel as it absorbs moisture and can severley effect the running of an engine .
if this has no effect
get a rag /goggles and the right size open ended spanner and slacken each fuel injector nut whilst the engine is running , listen for the engine noise going down , if it dosent this means the injector is deffective ( might need replacing or cleaning ) do this to each injector in turn , be very careful as you do this , the diesel is at 200bar pressure and can injected you ( hence the rag )
a final one is the fuel lift pump may be deffective , they often partially work and starve the engine at maximum revs , depending on your engine this will be an electric one or driven directly from the engine block , just follow the fuel lines from your diesel tank ,.
hope this helps


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SANDERSON TELEPORTER, HOW DO I BLEED THE LUCAS FUEL PUMP ON A PERKINS ENGINE


Perkins is a hard engine to prime. Fill the fuel filter with clean diesel, there should be a hand pump on the left side(looking at the front of the vehicle) . There should be a bleed screw on top of the filter housing. Loosen the bleed srew and pump the hand pump untill you get a steady stream of fuel from it. Tighten the bleed screw. Loosen the injector bonnet nuts approximately 1 1/2 turns on all of the injectors. Turn the engine over until you see a steady stream of fuel from the the injector bonnets. Tighten the bonnet nuts, pump the handpump approx 10 times and start the engine. Give it half throttle until it stops stumbling and all of the air is worked out of the system.

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Volvo Penta marine diesel 2003T engine has diesel in sump


I owned one diesel engine. I would say the engine siphoned the diesel after it was shut off.
The throttle controls may not be closed. The injectors were tested for their opening and spraying, but were they tested for closing and sealing when off? Diesel fuel lines maintain a vacuum or they get air bubbles. Cooling cylinders create a draw right into the crankcase. Last idea-crankcase vent clogged

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Diesel fuel pump/installation


If we're talking about the thing that has a pipe to each of the cylinders on your engine then the answer is Yes, your injector pump must be correctly timed in order for the engine to run properly. This is the part of the diesel that does what a distributor on regular car engine does, namely ignition timing.

The exact procedure for setting the timing depends on what model of engine you have, get a manual from Perkins to be sure.

That said it usually goes like this:
1 - make sure the engine has the correct cylinder at TDC, this makes the gear connected to the camshaft be in the correct position.

2 - Set the pump at the correct position, this will either involve looking at a mark in a window on the pump (standyne pumps), or looking at the keyway in the shaft of the pump, etc.

3 - Bolt the pump into place on the engine making sure the gears/drive meshes nicely. Connect all the fuel lines to the pump.

4 - purge the injectors by loosening each fuel line at the cylinder end and cranking the engine until fuel comes out of the pipe, then tighten it back up.

5 - Crank the engine and start it, check the rpm.

Rank this answer if it helped,
Carl

Sep 26, 2008 | Welding Tools

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