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I have a john deere f735 diesel cant get power to fiel pump

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Bad ignition switch or wire any inline fuse?

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SOURCE: john deere 2020 water pump repair?

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From your Description it Sounds like a Bad Water Pump Bearing and Seal.
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SOURCE: 2020 john deere diesel tractor with j-d 36# loader

Sounds like you need more hydraulic oil - Or like you said the transmission screen (dirty).
Where it is ??

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SOURCE: I have a John Deere 2020 diesel. I can't get the fuel pump off

You need to remove the nut under the cover in front of the pump and then borrow a tool from a j.d dealership to pull the coupler off the pump,you may need the dealer to do this because they have a no lend pollicy for their special tools.Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: 1974 John Deere 2030 diesel tractor and the engine dies

I will assume you have bled the fuel system per the owners manual to ensure no air lock in your system. This is especially critical after replacing the injector pump.

The next step is to ensure you fuel filters are good and flowing and last but probably the problem is the screen on the petcock (fuel shut off) in the fuel tank. Remove this shutoff valve and clean the screen with a fine wire brush and carburetor cleaner.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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SOURCE: my john deere 990 wont start. it's not getting

Check there is adequate fuel to supply engine. Check there is no damage to fuel lines and that the fuel filter is not plugged. Yours is a Yanmar diesel engine withe an autobleed feature which is supposed to bleed the air out of the system automatically. It may incorporate an electric fuel pump also, but some don't. You can prime the fuel system to the injection pump with the manual lift pump if it is equipped with it. After establishing fuel to the injection pump, loosen the nuts that hold the fuel lines onto the injectors approximately1 1/2 turns. Turn the engine over until you see fuel coming from the injector nuts. Tighten the nuts to 24 inch/lbs of torque, start the engine and run at 1/3 throttle untill it runs smooth.

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