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    Default fuel line priming

    I have a MF245, any diagrams or pictures as to what where the bleeder valves to prime fuel line. I forgot to open fuel cock and now won't start.
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    JT

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    Default Re: fuel line priming

    Quote Originally Posted by jtbuck View Post
    I have a MF245, any diagrams or pictures as to what where the bleeder valves to prime fuel line. I forgot to open fuel cock and now won't start.
    Thanks
    JT
    Well, that 245 has the 3-cyl Perkins diesel like my 1964 MF135. So I guess the same procedure applies

    -mf135-bleed-2-medium-jpg -mf135-bleed-medium-jpg

    Hope this helps. Good luck.

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    Default Re: fuel line priming

    I think that might do it but can't read the print. Is there anyway to e-mail the pics and I think I can increase the size?
    Thanks for the answer, the system looks close to mine but I don't see but one filter under the pump. I tried bleeding and got some air out but still have to locate the injectors.
    Thanks again
    JT

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    Default Re: fuel line priming

    I clicked on the link he had and the picture came up and I was able to click on it again to enlarge, try that.
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    Default Re: fuel line priming

    I have an older Massey Ferguson 240 and my hired guy ran it out of fuel. How do I get the air out of the fuel system to get the tractor back running?

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