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Old April 9th, 2013, 11:23 PM
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There's only 1 wire to the injection pump. If you have a volt meter, turn the ignition on & check for 12v where it touches the solenoid. If no volts, (with the ign on) then check for a blown fuse.
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there's only 1 wire to the injection pump. If you have a volt meter, turn the ignition on & check for 12v where it touches the solenoid. If no volts, (with the ign on) then check for a blown fuse.
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Also make sure the little lever on the lift pump is in the correct position to allow it to pump. Along with power to the fuel stop you should hear it make a light click when power is supplied to the fuel stop.
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Also make sure the little lever on the lift pump is in the correct position to allow it to pump.
Does this apply to a 2.5NA also? If so, what is the correct position?
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Curious about that too, jafir
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If the pump is on the cam the lever will not pump. You should feel pumping resistance. If you don't then rotate the engine a bit.
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Does this apply to a 2.5NA also? If so, what is the correct position?
I'm guessing that this refers to the position of the cam lobe relative to the fuel pump arm. If the arm is riding up on the lobe, the manual pumping lever will not be able to move the pump diaphragm.
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If the pump is on the cam the lever will not pump. You should feel pumping resistance. If you don't then rotate the engine a bit.
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I'm guessing that this refers to the position of the cam lobe relative to the fuel pump arm. If the arm is riding up on the lobe, the manual pumping lever will not be able to move the pump diaphragm.
Okay. That makes sense. It also explains why nothing came out of the bleeder.
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