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Old 01-14-2017
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that front seal tube has a mini brass 90 elbow hard to see with out removal,
I have seen cracks at the fitting.
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Thanks Bill, ...... I'll find it.
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If there's fuel from that port, pumps coming out.
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I had some bad luck I had rvr equipment service Broadbrook Ct. take my bus apart to fix the throttle shaft leak he took the bus apart and now says he is too busy to return now I am stuck putting something together he did not mark anything I need a wiring diagram and a diagram for all the lines its a 1990 sp36 I have a wedding in three weeks this guy really screwed me thanks Jim Miller
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Give me a call. 87zero 715 9six39
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Found this web site http://www.mwfi.com/

http://www.mwfi.com/Cat_Tech_art/fuelPumpAssembely.htm

Midwest Diesel Store sell stuff, And there are a few tech articles,
on this site. The next link has a simple step by step procedure of
how to replace an injection pump.
Midwest Diesel page is no longer, anyone have this archived or at least a photo of where the 1/4" pins go in to lock the timing? About to pull the pump on the 87 FC35SB for overhaul. All assistance greatly welcomed.
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Mark the harmonic balancer TDC line, probably have to sand and scrape to make it legible, w/1/4" drill bit in index hole in pump, bar the engine over until pin drops into index slot, TDC line should align with the pointer. Remove pump, don't let the engine turn with pump out, a great way to break the timing advance on the end of the cam shaft. Been there.
The aluminum cover w/the 9/16 hex head is the opening for the timing pin.
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Mark the harmonic balancer TDC line, probably have to sand and scrape to make it legible, w/1/4" drill bit in index hole in pump, bar the engine over until pin drops into index slot, TDC line should align with the pointer. Remove pump, don't let the engine turn with pump out, a great way to break the timing advance on the end of the cam shaft. Been there.
The aluminum cover w/the 9/16 hex head is the opening for the timing pin.
Found this site which shows what you describe. Thank you.
https://oregonfuelinjection.com/cont...structions.pdf
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Found this site which shows what you describe. Thank you.
https://oregonfuelinjection.com/cont...structions.pdf
That is the same Midwest Diesel info
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Chip: It’s doable. Have factory manual and read my service notes in this section covering some details not covered in detail in the CAT bible. About 5 pages back dated 5/18.
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