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Old 02-13-2016, 01:01 PM
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Mahindra 7520 Had to have fuel injection pump rebuilt. because of contaminated fuel. re installed and fired up but have a loud clanging noise that must be figured out before I can run the engine. Any help?

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PROBLEM SOLVED THANKS FOR LOOKING.
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Glad it's working. Can you tell us what was wrong? Posting the resolution may help the next person with this issue.
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The tech at Redding Fuel Injection suggested the problem could be a stuck injector. Said to loosen the fuel line retainer caps on top of each injector, one at a time while running. If the noise stops, that injector is the culpret.On trying to start the engine I had to rebleed the fuel lines by loosining all the retainer caps at once and turning over the engine with the starter motor.
After retightning all the caps, I got lucky. The injector evidently cleared itself.Tractor is nine years old, 246 hours. I let it run for 10 Minuits or so and it sounds fine. Big relief. New injector said to cost $2600.00 ++
Cost to rebuild $600.00 plus labor to remove and replace, plus travel and or shipping. All's well that ends well.
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