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  1. Yes that inside the injection pump
  2. I have been trying to track down a intermittent problem for months it should be a very simple tractor engine but I am just stumped John Deere 4045TFM75 diesel on one of our tour boats Here is what I have done so far. 1.New filter in the Racor water separator 20 micron and new secondary filters. 2.added 5 psi marine electric lift pump between the tank and Racor. 3 New mechanical lift fuel pump 4 New injection pump ,fuel temp sensor and 4 new injectors installed and timed by John Deere marine mechanic. 5.added mechanical fuel pressure gauge at exit of secondary fuel filter before it goes to injection pump 6 changed out return fuel line to the tank 7 rerouted fuel vent hose so there it had no low points to catch fuel and block vent 8 inspected and cleaned every plug and connection through out the wire harness Including grounds. 9. Changed out Murphy power view gauge 10 New Ecu installed by John Deere Mechanic And I keep having the same problem I will start the engine and fires up fine every perfect no hesitation at all And it might run great for a few days But it dies and I can not get it started It throws code spn 1076 (Fuel Inj Pump Control Valve) FMI 5. (High Resistance) And will not restart it might fired up for 2 or 3 seconds but is pretty much dead but maybe 30 mins to an hour later if will fire up and run great again. The last time I thought I had it with new injection pump it ran good for two weeks but the just on the way back to the dock just before landing it died again When it happens I feel a small stutter the 20 sec later it dies no matter what throttle position At idle I have 6 psi fuel pressure and great flow under load it drops maybe to 3.5 psi John Deere says all it needs is 2 to 3 psi feed to run I took the return line off and found that the hose had an adapter with a 1/8 hole changed it out to a little bigger opening and seems to flow fine No change in fuel pressure. I also took the return off and put a 3/8 clear hose and just ran it back to the fuel fill to see if there where any air pockets that would show up but just some very very small bubbles hardly noticeable fuel temp coming out is 120 degrees It feels like the ecu is shutting down the fuel pump and will not let it fire back up Engine temp has never been over 183 degrees
  3. Had some problems with electrolysis when I redid the radiator for the second time I did the same thing we do on boats I had them weld in a bung and added a pencil sink never had a problem again
  4. Danny worked for Ford for years he really knows his stuff does ford ,off road pretty much anything mild to wild tell him Henk or Albert sent you
  5. I am reading that right? what is the advantage going to Lipo if the battery is a 100 ah? I think my flooded 6 volts are 240 ah
  6. That is a lot of welding. Nice job
  7. indianjoe

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    I did zip on the old Dp looked good for about 3 years then started the flake only going to the wash and wax on the new one
  8. indianjoe

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    Stupid question linear foot on a 36 ft motor home is that 36 x$10 =$360 or is that 36 +36 +8 +8= $880
  9. You gotta love this site
  10. Fuel filters do not get changed a lot see if there a date written on filter with a sharpie or just change it out
  11. Always had good luck with Toyo’s The new pusher is running Michelin’s Not cheap....
  12. I think it would be pretty hard to get 400 hp out if 166 cc engine
  13. Check for spark I had a bad coil and it was driving me nuts also make sure you are getting full voltage from the alternator
  14. Get a air gun and blow everything out. Also the coil connectors

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