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Old 10-10-2006, 09:49 PM
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617.912 how much fuel with stop pulled?

My 300 TD squirts quite a large stream out the IP ports with the lines off. I have disconnected the linkage from the valve cover, for a valve clearance check, and I have the linkage to the stop lever pulled all the way up. and with a shop rag on the IP, the fuel squirts through the rag and clears the hood... quite a bit of fuel.
when I pulled the GP's out, fuel and oil poured out of the cyllinder. I pulled the injectors and they were pretty oil soaked also. the ends of the injectors were dry, and pretty carboned up. I figure the oil was from the valve cover. but the GP's were wet on the inside...
I think the best bet is to change out the IP...assuming I have the skill to do it. I have a parts car, unless you all give me reasons to ignore the IP, it's on my list to go.
come on, help a guy out. let me know if this is normal for fuel to squirt so high with the stop pulled.
THANKS!
John
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Old 10-11-2006, 11:30 AM
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bump

nobody has any info on this eh?
I reread the "won't start for anything" thread, and I really think the IP is at fault.
please let me know if it is normal for fuel to spray with the lines off the IP and the stop lever pulled all the way.
John
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John HAUL AWAY, OR CRUSHED CARS!!! HELP ME keep the cars out of the crusher! A/C Thread
"as I ride with my a/c on... I have fond memories of sweaty oily saturdays and spewing R12 into the air. THANKS for all you do!

My drivers:
1987 190D 2.5Turbo
1987 190D 2.5Turbo
1987 190D 2.5-5SPEED!!!

1987 300TD
1987 300TD
1994GMC 2500 6.5Turbo truck... I had to put the ladder somewhere!
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Old 10-12-2006, 09:22 PM
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OK, I gave up on specifics from the techs on this site...sorta.

anyway no offence meant. just I got to thinking, I have a parts car that ran quite well and started normally before the thing overheated and blew a head. so I pulled all the lines of of it, wired the stop lever in the same way, and it sprayed the same amount. so I figured no problem, look elsewhere. and.
I put the used heat shields and injectors from my parts car ... anyway I bled out the injector lines tightened everything up, installed pencil glow pluggs rewired for parallel power and presto, the sucker fired right up!

yes my TD is now a running, Driving vehicle!
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"as I ride with my a/c on... I have fond memories of sweaty oily saturdays and spewing R12 into the air. THANKS for all you do!

My drivers:
1987 190D 2.5Turbo
1987 190D 2.5Turbo
1987 190D 2.5-5SPEED!!!

1987 300TD
1987 300TD
1994GMC 2500 6.5Turbo truck... I had to put the ladder somewhere!
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