Thanks guys. Still had the same problems this morning. Changed all fuel lines, check valve, all the brass fittings, fuel filters again, and the supply pump. Still doing the same thing . I'll check the pick up tube tomorrow . Is there a special kind of dye that goes in the fuel to check the orings on the injectors . Also is there any special tools nessary to pull the injectors out of the E7. I'm no master mechanic but common sence goes a long way. Really hope it doesn't come down to that, but it's not looking good . Thanks for the info.
I have a 2001 CH613 with a E7 460. It quit on me the other day like it was running out of fuel. Luckily it made it back to the shop, but after I shut it down and tried to start it back it did nothing but spin over. I put a new supply pump on it ( the one on the side with the hand primer) . Took for ever to get it started. After it started drove it for about 30 min. and parked it , thought it was fine. Went out to start it today and it ran for about 5 - 10 min. and started skipping like it was running out of fuel. Never started again without filling filters up. Once it used all the fuel in the filters it quit again. Anybody have any ideas?