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Author Topic: 6-71 injectors stuck  (Read 572 times)
JohnVickrey
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« on: March 17, 2013, 05:52:20 PM »

Trying to start my other bus and 3 of the injectors are stuck.  Got any idea how to unstick them.  I just need to move it around in the yard. 

The plunger is stuck in the down position and the fuel rod won't move. 
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John Vickrey   -   Dearing, GA
About 2 hours East of ATL on I-20 and 4 miles south of I-20.
Got Electricity and Water for 4-5 coaches.  Less that a mile to a
dumpstation.  Stop by and sit a spell.
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« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2013, 06:59:57 PM »

Pump gas through the injector at the inlet over the rack don't try and free up the rack first pry the plunger up a little and hit with a rubber hammer that will free the plunger and rack all in one shot
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« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2013, 07:55:54 PM »

Thanks, I'll try that tomorrow.  Let you know how it turns out.
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John Vickrey   -   Dearing, GA
About 2 hours East of ATL on I-20 and 4 miles south of I-20.
Got Electricity and Water for 4-5 coaches.  Less that a mile to a
dumpstation.  Stop by and sit a spell.
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« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2013, 06:58:31 PM »

Pulled the injectors out and soaked them in PBlaster.  Pryed the plunger up and worked the plunger a few times and all was good.  Biggest problem then was a return line plugged up by a mud dauber.   
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John Vickrey   -   Dearing, GA
About 2 hours East of ATL on I-20 and 4 miles south of I-20.
Got Electricity and Water for 4-5 coaches.  Less that a mile to a
dumpstation.  Stop by and sit a spell.
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