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Ih tractor I have a Case IH 956XL. I am having problems starting the tractor. I have cleaned the Fuel lift pump filter, replaced the fuels filters. before I started the tractor after replacing the filters I did bleed the air from the fuel line up to the return line on the Bosch Injector pump. It takes at least 4 - 6 goes at starting, before it starts. I have repaired the glow coil connection and when starting, I hold in the Glow Coil button for 30 seconds prior to starting, with no effect on the starting. Can anyone help me look for a solution. Right now I am going to check the injectors.

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You will need to bleed air from the injector pump it self. Next to test glo plugs pull from engine and connect a wire to the body to the earth. Turn on ignition and press button for a few seconds and they should glow. If not check for power to the plug

Posted on May 06, 2013

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SOURCE: diesel tractor ran out of fuel now it won't start

You have to take the air lock from the fueling system.

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SOURCE: AIR IN DIESEL FUEL LINE

It be probably in the tank,check the pipe that goes inside the tank.

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SOURCE: no fuel to the injectors

What kind of tractor

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SOURCE: I have a 1990 685 Case IH. 4X4 tractor. It has

something wedged inbetween teeth on gear.
might have to replace the gear... this means chaging all of the gears as they all ware at the same rate, this will cost you a few hundred

Posted on May 19, 2010

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