Swapping a 1st gen 6BT into a 1998 Chevy gas K2500.
What is the ideal location to pull 12v run/start power for the fuel solenoid on the VE injection pump?
I believe that’s the only wiring needed for the injection pump, correct?
I had a bad o-ring on my VE pump that I replaced over the weekend. While doing the reseal I noticed a lot of tarnish and sandy grime build up in the pump. I would like to send it to a shop for a professional cleaned, rebuild and flow tested.
Can anyone recommend me a shop or...
Hey guys, so we just finished our B3.3 conversion into a 75 F100 but I'm having a little trouble with the fueling. The truck runs and drives great from cold for about 20 minutes and then it starts to sputter and blow smokes at any RPM above idle. I thought that this was because the injector pump...
I have a industrial engine. Make Cummins 4B 3.9 Engine Year 2000. It was taken a part completely in order to repair it. I only need to know the timing pump and the step that I need in order to do it! I will appreciate any help! Thanks!
Its Running again --- Engine not starting after IP servicing
Well time ask the experts, or at least someone who has more experience than I with these engines…(sorry for the length, just want to describe the whole issue)
Ok, so 2 months ago my engine died on me while driving to work, right in...
Loose power at 70+ now can only do 40 mph on the flat ground.
Changed filters and replaced fuel lines, Replaced priming pump. checked for air leaks in system using starter fluid. everything fine.
Climbs hills at 20mph feels like badly adjusted float if it had a carb. Surges and bucks. then...
my pump has a keyway on the pump but not in the gear . I locked the timing gears then removed the pump. does this pump have to be timed to reinstall. its on a 1998 4bt with a bosch inline pump A style pump
This is only a suggestion for the newer folks with limited Cummins engine exposure and pertains to doing multiple engine repairs to a running engine and ending up with an engine that will not start.
The first thing you should do is a test run of your engine immediately after your purchase...