Originally Posted by grimshaw
Another sympton that I should have picked up was that when bleeding and cracking open the injector line at the injectors and turning the engine
it took a long time for fuel
to squirt out.
After you're done bleeding the injection pump with manual lever, How long should it take for fuel
to squirt out of the injector connection when you're cranking it with starter motor
I'm not getting a steady stream. I took out injectors and oriented them sideaways, and the spray pattern is good(no dribbling) but it skips spraying quite often. Like is seems there is a pause or a turn where 2 or 3 out of 4 fire a spray and the other(s) don't spray.
I am doing this on a stand with fuel coming directly out of the jerry can to the lift
pump. I've patched fuel leaks
associated with ferrules and compression
fittings and nuts, like return line, and connections around lift