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    Default 4110 fuel problem

    I have a 2004 model 4110 that isn't getting fuel to the filter. My question is, is there a strainer or filter in the fuel tank itself. Looks like it might be a pain pulling that tank off. Would hate to take it off for no reason.

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    Default Re: 4110 fuel problem

    Can you look into the tank? Perhaps there is sediment in the bottom. If so, you will have to flush it. I don't know if you will need to remove it to do so. The manual for my Mahindra recommends periodic draining. However with 585 hrs. on mine, I've never drained it.
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    Default Re: 4110 fuel problem

    Sorry but no strainer in the tank.

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    Default Re: 4110 fuel problem

    Thanks for the replies. I think i will try blowing back through the fuel line to clear the blockage.

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    Default Re: 4110 fuel problem

    I would disconnect the line from the tank to the filter on both ends. Then I would blow it out. If the blockage is in the line, you don't want to blow it back into the tank.
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    Default Re: 4110 fuel problem

    Om my 4310 there is a position on the valve to drain water. That would let you know if there is and fuel coming through the valve at the bottom of the tank.

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