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Old 04-11-2007, 05:07 PM
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exploded view of injector pump.

i am looking for an exploded view or diagram of an injector pump. i am going to take it apart and may need it to put it back together with the new parts. has anybody rebuilt one before.
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I am in the same position, I have a seal kit and will be installing soon, in my "old" spare pump. I have mine apart, take your time and make notes on how things are oreinted to each other, draw a bunch of diagrams. This seems to be super secret stuff, but really, if you dont have a test stand all you can do is change seals, and hope you dont change any adjustments too much. If you go to Diesel Care and Performance web site, under 6.9- 7.3 Ford, they have a parts breakdown available, and if you buy the seal kit they supply a specification spec sheet for a DB2-4541 pump- wha who! http://www.dieselcare.net/FORDPRODUCTS.html

On that note, if any one knows where a real, complete overhaul/repair manual may be available, I'd like to get one as well. Its not rocket science, its just a steel pile of parts that squishes fuel!!!!! HA HA-
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there is a injection place close by that i am going to have them hone and replace the piston inside the pump and calibrate if needed. he said that most of the time, the piston inside the pump gets scared up and needs to be replaced.
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word of caution i was told by a friend who is going to school for this stuff when you are working with the pump never let your bare hands touch anything internal, the oil on your hands can ruin the pump, always keep the parts in a bucket full of diesel fuel, just an fyi if anyone didn't know
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That is correct BUT there are only so many times they can be honed and re pistoned.......
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