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Date Posted: - Monday - 12/31/07 - 1:54pm
Author: Bruce Canavan
Subject: Engine Access

I've recently acquired an M32 with the original Perkins 4-108 and cabin interior. It sat for a long while, but it's got clean fuel now & I've bled it up to the lift pump. Short of being 6" tall or laying over the engine, does anyone have a hint as to how to get to the high pressure pump fuel bleed screws?
Thanks for any help,
BC

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[> bleeding -- john, - Monday - 12/31/07 - 8:22pm

Usually just cracking the nuts on the injectors and cranking it over for 20-30 sec's until fuel squirts out will do the trick on the old Perkins. Either that or install an extra elbow in your forearm.


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