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 01-01-2005, 18:09 Post: 103262
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 bleeding fuel system on the d2050 4cly

Can anyone tell me how ran mine out of diesel, thanks






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 01-01-2005, 23:40 Post: 103279
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 bleeding fuel system on the d2050 4cly

When running a diesel out of fuel or when changing the filter air gets in the fuel system & must be bled. On most Japanese tractors there are bleed screws on the fuel filter assembly & the injector pump. Start at the fuel tank & work towards the injector pump.. Crack open each screw enough for fuel to come out . Close when no more air bubbles appear. On many tractors these are 10mm hex heads with Phillips slots. On some newer models there are plungers to push instead of screws. Once these points have been bled the tractor is ready to start.






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 01-02-2005, 16:14 Post: 103310
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 bleeding fuel system on the d2050 4cly

Yeah unless you ran it out of fuel then you have to bleed the injector lines too.






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 01-04-2005, 22:28 Post: 103488
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You do not have to bleed the injector lines . The reason to bleed is because the injector pump can not pump air .I 've run 2, 3, 4, 6, & 8 cylinder engines out of fuel & I have never had to bleed an injector line to get one started.






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 01-05-2005, 17:42 Post: 103545
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Tell you what next time I get a call to get one started that ran out of fuel I'll call you, be cause you must have a magic touch or some thing.

True the injector pump can not pump air, but also it can not built enough pressure in the lines to pop off the injectors if there is air in the pump to injector lines.






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