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Old 12-08-2012
LarryKehler LarryKehler is offline
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Default Kubota O-ring Replacement

The low sulfur diesel fuel got to my Kubota injector pump o-rings.
I had a continuous dripping of fuel from my pump. Mike McGragh posted
a replacement of one o-ring last year but was a little short on details.

Since more of the Kubota's are sure to start leaking, I decided to detail
my repair.
I went to the Kubota store to buy the o-rings and was told by the parts guy
that the injector pumps are not repairable. The pump must be replaced or
taken to a repair station for repair. I told the guy that one of our guys
had successfully replaced the o-rings and I just wanted to buy the o-rings.
He said they can not buy the rings from Kubota. He suggested I go to a pump
repair station to buy the o-rings. I went to NAPA and bought the only three
they had of that size. On the way to another NAPA I passed AutoZone and stopped.
AutoZone also had the o-rings.

You need two wrenches- 17mm and 19mm and a short piece of electrical tape.

1. Loosen the injector lines on the top and bottom. Just a few turns.

2. Remove the three line clamps.

3. Take the line loose from the Holder (#8 in Diagram). You may need both
wrenches to separate the line from the holder. Move line out of way.

4. Remove the holders. Because the holders are close together, I took the
outside holders first and the center holders second. Keep the parts identified.

5. Be careful not to drop the spring and washer if it comes out with the holder.

6. Remove the old o-ring. Put the tape around the threads to protect the new
o-ring when pushing it on the holder.

7. Two of the copper washers(#4 in Diagram) stayed in the holder and two remained
under the spring. I put them all back in the holder for installation. A drop of fuel
kept them inside the holder. Careful do not drop the washer into the pump.

8. The spring fits on the valve. The valve fits into an indent when centered.
Make sure they are centered before you install the holder with the new o-ring.

9. Reinstall all in reverse order. Do not tighten the lines on top at
the injectors.

10.Crank the engine until fuel comes out of lines on top. I cranked three
times for about a minute each before I got fuel out of all lines. Then
tighten the lines on top and start normally with preheat.
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Nice write up Larry. Thank You
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Old 12-09-2012
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Default Good job, Larry

All of the Kubota owners will need to do this eventually. Your write up will be very helpful. Thanks. Do you have the part number or size for the O rings that you used?
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Old 12-09-2012
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Great job Larry! my personal opinion is also to use a diesel additive as this
will aid in pump lubrication. I buy mine at Walmart brand name Power
Service diesel fuel supplement gal does 250 gals cost about 17.00.
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Old 12-18-2012
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Default O-ring part number

The Kubota part number for the o-rings is 04811-00150. I replaced all of the o-rings due to a leakage problem at the injector manifold. The original o-rings had paint on them and they looked like part of the fitting and would no longer hold a seal.
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I made the mistake of buying my o rings from Onan. However mine are gold plated.
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Default Replaced O'rings Yesterday

Thanks for the great post on changing out the O'rings. Followed step by step and worked like a charm. Napa couldn't cross reference the part number but called the Kubota dealer just down the road and they had them in stock. If anyone can get the Napa or Autozone cross reference that would be great.
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Seen ur text this morning was at the car sale last night congratulations on the fix
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