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The inline-pump engines have a solenoid-operated kill lever on the governor/injection pump assembly. The lever pivots in an arc, up and down, operated via a push-pull rod and the solenoid.

The solenoid assembly was missing on mine, and I'm going to use a manual push-pull cable routed into the cab; I'm hooking it up right now, followed by completing the fuel supply and return lines and bleeding the fuel system, preparatory to (pleesepleezepleeze) firing the mess up...but:

Which way is the kill lever supposed to be positioned for "GO"? Up? Down? :confused:

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Which way is the kill lever supposed to be positioned for "GO"? Up? Down? :confused:
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On mine looking at it from the drivers side (left) the lever would turn anti clockwise for the run position. Mine turns from 11 o'clock (run) to 2 o'clock (stop).

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Up is run
 

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Mine is up. POst some pics and let us know how your setup turns out. Id like to see it for sure
 
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