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Old 05-09-2007, 06:41   #1
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Yanmar 3GM30F - followup-IP/cutoff cable

Help, Alan & Pat,
Well, I followed all of you advice and really appreciate it . I checked the fuel rack as you advised and it easily rocks back and forth as Pat said it would. However, upon further evaluation of the cut off cable, I noticed it was sticking, about the last 25% of it's range of motion. I could go ahead and move it further with my finger. From the cockpit it was not "springing back" as I previous said. I have left the IP alone as you advised. I am still puzzled as to why I can not get fuel to bled out the top of the IP, where I cracked the injector lines? Any other thoughts? Thanks again for all of your help, you have saved me hours of frustration! james
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Old 05-09-2007, 11:10   #2
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If the fuel cut out valve is closed you would not get fuel out of the IP Ole
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