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Old 21-05-2022, 10:19   #16
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Re: Lucas CAV injection pump parts

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Hey Marc, thanks so much for the advice. Got the pump off now. It had timing marks so hopefully if I'm.super careful it will all go back good. Looking at the seals in my kit....lots of hardware! Wow. Will measure and photo everything coming apart. Well here goes!

good job. i only did o-rings, crush washers and the vanes on the pump. I did not split open the case to the pump. so you will likely have stuff left over...


remember even though you might get the set screws back in the same place be ready to have to tweak them to get you idle set properly
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Old 22-05-2022, 18:19   #17
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Re: Lucas CAV injection pump parts

Well, took off the throttle body. Took out the throttle shaft, came out fairly easy I guess since the rings are worn and thus the leak. Got the new rings on there. Then took out the fuel cut off. It came out a little harder, guess that seal wasn't too bad. The plunger spring assembly fell out at that point sort of suddenly. Luckily I had a look at how it was in there before hand and was able to have it back together properly I hope. Seemed like the spring was captured between the washers so no risk of it flying off. I won't take the rest apart so it was really just the o rings on the two shafts and back together it goes. Thought to maybe do the crush washers on the fuel line bangos but left it for now. Hoping it works nicely when back together
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Old 23-05-2022, 07:51   #18
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good job. i only did o-rings, crush washers and the vanes on the pump. I did not split open the case to the pump. so you will likely have stuff left over...


remember even though you might get the set screws back in the same place be ready to have to tweak them to get you idle set properly
Hey Marc, did you use any gasket sealant on the throttle body gasket or fit it dry? Also did you lubricate the throttle and stop shafts with diesel when putting back in?
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Old 23-05-2022, 08:36   #19
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Re: Lucas CAV injection pump parts

i smeared a little bit of lube on the o rings, and I did not use any sealant on rubber gasket I did smear some rtv on the paper gaskets
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Old 09-06-2022, 10:47   #20
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well....did you get back together and working???
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Old 09-06-2022, 14:59   #21
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Re: Lucas CAV injection pump parts

It's back together. Getting new springs as they don't seem as "springy" and they aren't returning nicely. Maybe with diesel inside they will move a little more fluidly. About to start sliding the engine back into it's cave. I'll update on how it goes! Thanks again for the words of advice.
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