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  1. #31
    Gold Member
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Posts
    354
    Location
    Nevada
    Tractor
    John Deere 970TLB, John Deere 125 automatic

    Default Re: My FIRST TRACTOR YANMAR 2500

    On the ones with a cap, fill with diesel. On the ones with no cap, the return line on the injectors keep the little bottle full all the time. If the bottle without a cap is not full, and the injector lines to it are clear, it might soon need a new injector pump because there isn't enough excess flow to keep the little bottle full. Good indicator of how well your injector pump puts out fuel.
    Chris

  2. #32
    New Member
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
    Posts
    4
    Location
    Hilliard,Fl
    Tractor
    yenmar 2500

    Default Re: My FIRST TRACTOR YANMAR 2500

    Quote Originally Posted by chriswheeler View Post
    On the ones with a cap, fill with diesel. On the ones with no cap, the return line on the injectors keep the little bottle full all the time. If the bottle without a cap is not full, and the injector lines to it are clear, it might soon need a new injector pump because there isn't enough excess flow to keep the little bottle full. Good indicator of how well your injector pump puts out fuel.
    Chris
    My. Return does not have a bottle it goes right to the diesel tank at the neck

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