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Date Posted: - Thursday - 06/17/10 - 8:58am
Author: Paul M31 #106
Subject: Refill first, then prime
In reply to: marcus 's message, "priming fuel in perkins 4107" on - Thursday - 06/17/10 - 1:25am

You should refill all containers with fresh diesel first - then loosen up the bleed points on the secondary filter (1)the hp pump (2) and each injector (4) while manually pushing the fuel through with the lift pump. Keep bleeding the air off until there are no more bubbles.

This schematic does not reference the bleed point on top of the filter but it too should be bled free of air.

Hope this helps a bit...


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[> [> priming Perkins -- Doug Wilson, - Thursday - 06/17/10 - 1:31pm

I have a 12 volt pump in line, from the tank to the Racor, sure makes it a lot easier.Pushes fuel all the way to the injectors. About eighty bucks.

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