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    Default Are these Injection Pumps close enough to use ?

    Are these Injection Pumps close enough to use ?-img_20160623_165951575_hdr-jpgI pulled a Ford 2910 out of the weeds last year after trading for it. It would turn over fine but no fire.

    So after replacing 2 bent push rods and filling the gas and oil tank, the fuel pump only drips fuel after
    almost burning up the starter.

    So I opened up the pump and after checking with a diesel mechanic friend, found out it's junk.

    So I've found some online between $400 and $1000, but mine is DPA 3233F900 and the
    only ones I can find are DPA 3233F380 or 3233F661 or 3233F660.

    Is there that much difference in these pumps that the only one I can use is a DPA 3233F900 ???

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    Default Re: Are these Injection Pumps close enough to use ?

    Here is the info for your 2910:
    E2NN9A543TB for 2000 (3 cyl), 2310, 2910
    3233F130
    3233F151
    3233F350
    3233F660
    3233F661
    3233FD2002

    So, the F660 or 661 will work. Curious though, I could not find an F900.

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    Default Re: Are these Injection Pumps close enough to use ?

    Tractor Tech: I have a very good friend with a Ford 1900 (I see you have a 1910). About a year ago he was raking hay in the afternoon, finished for the evening and the next day, it wouldn't start....just kept turning over, actually had some smoke, but it wouldn't fire up...he checked the injectors and they were getting fuel to them...they checked to see if the crank had slipped a cog but nothing seemed out of place...just kept turning over but not firing...might you have any ideas? thanx... BobG in VA

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    Default Re: Are these Injection Pumps close enough to use ?

    Bob,
    Sounds like the glow plugs aren't working. Mine is very cold-blooded to get started first thing, even on a nice morning.
    And a 1900 is only a 2 cylinder, so even if one plug is heating, it will be a problem getting started.

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