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I would hope not: That would imply that you're pushing through the entire reservoir each pump. If you are, check for leaks. However, about every 5 pumps would be a good time to refill during a bleedoff.
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.
Hi, this is unusual to have it leak at the speedometer cable. First, you will need to replace the cable. Screws to the side of the transmission, and under the dash also. May be a tight area to get you're hand in under dash to unscrew. To refill a standard transmission, you will have to get the right oil, it is a heavy oil, and a small hand pump that fits on the fluid top. They are plastic and inexpensive. You have to have one.On the side of the tranny will be a fill plug about half way or more up. This is to add fluid. Remove with adjustable wrench and insert pump hose. Add to where the fluid just begins to roll out. Stop! It is full.Install and tighten plug.You should have no problems. Sincerely, Shastalaker7
There is a bleed screw on the pump, turn a 1/4 turn to the left, and bleed until oil is free of oil. On older pumps, instead or a bleeder valve it is just a plug, you will have to remove the plug, bleed, then replace the plug
Try opening bleeder screw on slave cylinder and let it GRAVITY BLEED, just open clutch mater and fill with fluid and then open slave cylinder bleeder screw and let it gravity bleed( run out by itself) When it does close bleeder screw and you should get pressure.(make sure master doesn't run out of fluid during this preocess).If pedal not good enough bleed as usual. PUMP PEDAL ABOUT 6 time then hold down to the floor using wrench open slave bleed screw and close back up with pedal still being held DOWN. Repeat until fluid comes out with out air.However if all this doesn't work, YOU WILL NEED TO REPLACE CLUTCH MATER CYLINDER. Conatct if you need more help and Good Luck. Thanks for using FIX YA