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  • Injection pump parts source?

    Well you guys helped me find the well for starter parts so what do you have for diesil injection pump parts and pieces? May as well add another skill to my resume
    I just need one more tool,just one!

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    Weird, those diesels will run under water you know. A snorkel is good though.

    Just in case you have another hurricane.

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    The tame Wolf !

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    • #3
      If you have called the shops in your area call Thompson Turbo 405-943-8536
      Bond

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      • #4
        Just a reminder, DON'T handle any fuel injection pump internal parts with your bare hands unless they a imersed in diesel fuel.
        Many manufacturer's won't sell you injection pump parts unless you are a qualified repair facility.
        Non, je ne regrette rien.

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        • #5
          <font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by chief:
          Just a reminder, DON'T handle any fuel injection pump internal parts with your bare hands unless they a imersed in diesel fuel.
          Many manufacturer's won't sell you injection pump parts unless you are a qualified repair facility.
          </font>
          "Qualified repair facility"I got hammers and screwdrivers of all sizes

          Ya,I know cleanliness is godlyness on injection systems.

          No flood damaged diesils in my stock,but I do hate spending $650 to rebuild a 3cyl pump especially since none of the local shops can be trusted to test a pump to see if it actually needs rebuilding before rebuilding it.

          I just need one more tool,just one!

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          • #6
            wierdscience

            A lot of shops stopped 'just testing' the injection pumps because alot of the pumps coming in were so contaminated that they contaminated the shops test equipment. This put the test equipment out of commission till they took it apart and cleaned all the contamination out of it. This costs the shop time and of course money. So now most shops I have talked to just take the injection pump and disassemble, clean, inspect, repair as needed, and only then, test the pump. The customer gets charged for "Rebuilding the pump". The cost; veries depending on the parts replaced.

            Bruce

            [This message has been edited by rumutt (edited 10-30-2005).]

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