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New Holland TC35D - starving for fuel

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Macomac
Join Date: Apr 2022
Posts: 3 Kansas City
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2022-04-30          200998


Iím getting air in the fuel system and it wonít stay running and has no power.

Before this occurred, I blew a hydraulic line and lost a lot of fluid. I ran it low on hydraulic fluid for a bit. Iím wondering if this is related to the fuel issue.



Cleaned and removed tank
Transfer Fuel pump relplaced
Replaced most fuel lines
Bled it many many times

Three fuel filters
New O rings
New bowl

Iím losing my mind on this deal. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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New Holland TC35D - starving for fuel

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kthompson
Join Date: Oct 2005
Posts: 5256 South Carolina
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2022-05-02          200999


Most likely it is a gasket or rubber fuel line with crack or hole under a clamp. I think it also could be a fuel pickup issue due to trash or possible pump issue not working fully.

My best suggestion is a good looking at all fittings, gaskets and such for holes or seeping of fuel. But think you would find spraying with WD40 on such fittings might help locate a suction leak. It will not harm the engine, use it for starting fluid or for repriming when fuel filters are replaced spraying into the air filter on my engines, even gas. Listen very carefully for engine speed to increase or at least level off. ....

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