ThaddeusW Posted September 5, 2007 Share Posted September 5, 2007 Ok I think i need a separate topic for this question. Today I pulled the side cover off the injection pump and saw a row of 6 springs and what appeared to be a rotating collar with teeth at the top of each spring. I assume those are the plungers and the toothed pieces on top make up the fuel rack which controls the throttle. Now there are two levers on the injection pump one that comes out of the top close to the fuel rack, I assume that is the engine cut off. There is a separate section on the back of the pump which has a larger lever which I assume is the actual throttle. Now when I moved both levers nothing moved behind that cover. Was something supposed to move or is there a problem? Ok I circled the four parts of the fuel system I need help identifying. The blue circles the rear of the injection pump which has the large throttle lever. What is housed in that part of the pump? The governor is back there correct? Also there is a round cover on the back that has four bolts holding it on, what is behind it? The red circle is around what the fuel pump? The yellow section is the actual injection system where the fuel is pumped to the individual injectors. The black circle is around what I believe is the fuel filter. Three lines run to it, one from the fuel pump to the side, one from the bottom to the injection pump. And the third runs from the return line to the top of the filter can thing.I would appreciate any and all information about the pump and its inner workings. Quote -Thad What America needs is less bull and more Bulldog! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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