[Vwdiesel] Filling IP pump
dieselwesty at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 18 09:03:58 PDT 2010
I agree, the air will bleed itself out. I do not crack my hard lines open to much anymore to let the fuel out into a rag.
From time to time you will get an injector "LOCK" that sounds like you have something REALLY bad going on this the engine you just got up and running. This is the air in the hard lines and it must lock the injector open or something. Shut down the motor and restart it. That seems to burp it out. If not, then open up the 17mm nut on top of the injector to let the air out, that will fix it.
It sounds realy ugly but it does not hurt anything for a minute or so of running like this.
Bryan Belman, Pt. Pleasant, NJ
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From: "LBaird119 at aol.com" <LBaird119 at aol.com>
To: vwdiesel at vwfans.com
Sent: Fri, June 18, 2010 11:43:57 AM
Subject: Re: [Vwdiesel] Filling IP pump
In a message dated 6/17/2010 10:31:11 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
twogreek at cedarcomm.com writes:
> After filling the injection pump by using a pump on the return line off
> the injection pump .... I crack the hard lines at the injectors and watch
> for fuel with the first cranking to get the air out of the hard lines. Then I
> retighten the hard lines and fire it up.
No need. These things bleed out well and having those lines open,
to bleed, most likely still leaves air in the high points. Frankly it
just makes a mess and doesn't start with any real amount less of
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