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  1. #1
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    Clifton Forge, VA
    Branson 3510

    Default Injection pump oil


    I didnt get any bites on my previous question, so I thought that I would break it down. I have an 2004 3510 Branson Tractor, that works very well. It has a oil screw cap on the side of my fuel injection pump for adding oil. Is this oil supposed to be changed or is it fed from the engine oil? I have found that on some tractors that it is self contained and needs to be non detergent oil.

    If it does need to be changed does anyone know where the drain is and what is the correct fill capacity?

    Thanks all,


    I did look for an answer and couldn't find a complete answer for Branson.

  2. #2
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    Nov 2012

    Default Re: Injection pump oil

    It is just an alternate oil fill location. Injection pump is lubricated by the motor oil. That motor was made to go into many different applications.

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