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Old 06-24-2007, 12:36 PM
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Component on Injector Pump

82' 300 tdt

I foolishly messed with the long 15mm nut and the 12mm nut attached to the back of the injector pump yesterday....really not sure what I was thinking but now the cars transmission flares up terribly. Is it related? Do the nuts have something to do with the vacuum system? And how can I reset them to their proper setting?

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Old 06-24-2007, 12:46 PM
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Check the levers on the pump. Chances are that you knocked one off that goes to the vacuum control valve.
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Old 06-24-2007, 01:02 PM
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What levers are you reffering to? Do you know what adjustments those nuts on the back (stacked) are for...
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Old 06-24-2007, 03:34 PM
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Exclamation Whooopppsss......

If you adjusted what I think you did.....it's part of the governor that lives inside of the back end of the FIP......specifically the speeder spring.....if you took the time to count the number of hexes that you moved it....just turn it back...it should get close....the only true way to set that adjustment properly is on a test / calibration bench.....

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Old 06-24-2007, 03:37 PM
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So the question begging to be asked is, what were you trying accomplish by adjusting it?
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Old 06-24-2007, 03:53 PM
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Arrow So now ya wanna know....you shoulda asked this before....

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Do you know what adjustments those nuts on the back (stacked) are for...
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The larger one is a lock nut.....if you look closely you may see some little holes drilled in it....for seal wire....it also could just have a dot of bright paint so that a Bosch Rep will know if someone has been fooling with that adjustment.....

I don't remember if the Benz pumps have the seal there or not...but I do remember sealing the Dodge/Cummins pumps there.....

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'85 300D, "Max, Blue Benz", 155K, 27.0 MPG
'84 190D 2.2, "Eva, Brown Benz", 142K, 40.2 MPG
'77 240D (parts car)
'67 Eicher ES 202 Tractor "Otto" (2cyl, Air Cooled, 30HP)
Gassers:
'94 Ford F-150, "Henry", 170K (300 Six) 17.5 MPG
'85 190E 2.3, 148K....Parts Car
'58 Dodge W300M Powerwagon (Flat Fenders) Less than 10 MPG
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Old 06-24-2007, 03:58 PM
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I'd bet these threads are related: What is this for?

Adjusting the rack damper should not have any affect on transmission shifting, only idle quality.
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Old 06-24-2007, 04:40 PM
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Thumbs up Most definately related....

Yup.....so if he has an extra pump.....he and has not adjusted on it...he should be OK......

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'85 300D, "Max, Blue Benz", 155K, 27.0 MPG
'84 190D 2.2, "Eva, Brown Benz", 142K, 40.2 MPG
'77 240D (parts car)
'67 Eicher ES 202 Tractor "Otto" (2cyl, Air Cooled, 30HP)
Gassers:
'94 Ford F-150, "Henry", 170K (300 Six) 17.5 MPG
'85 190E 2.3, 148K....Parts Car
'58 Dodge W300M Powerwagon (Flat Fenders) Less than 10 MPG
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