Bleeding air from NH TC30 fuel line
Had an attack of stupidity and ran my TC 30 empty. Didn't have an owners manual as I purechased it at an auction. If you run yours dry bleeding is simple. Fill the top mounted fuel tank which applies pressure to fuel line. Located on top of the injector pump is a hex head bolt. Open it about 4 turns. There is a bleed hole in the screw. The pressure of the oil in the tank will bubble out the air. Wait another minute until oil slowly ozzes out. Close bleed screw and start. What I thought would be a bear to solve was simple, thanks to New Holland.
Jerry, Terre Haute, IN