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Ok here is the information from my injection pump
PES4P120A120RS7313
0 402 734 801
6650700091c
CPL 1839
Made in 1997
I do not see any wire hook ups on the actual pump
I do have what apears to be 2 levers on the side- is one of these a kill switch
I have only found pictures on this site of a VE pump and a A Pump this does not look like those at all. IS it a P pump? Do I just need to attach the supply and return? Is there a Electric fuel shut off? Is this a good pump? I will be running Strait Veg oil in it. Clean Canola oil

Please help

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Thats the same pump that is on my motor but I do not have the shut off. there isn't even a bracket where that goes. does that shut off control the kill lever? Can I just add a linkage into the Cab to kill the moter?
 

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Thats the same pump that is on my motor but I do not have the shut off. there isn't even a bracket where that goes. does that shut off control the kill lever? Can I just add a linkage into the Cab to kill the moter?
If you don't have it than you need a push / pull manual shut .I made a braket for Austins J10 he used one from international and massy tractors have them as well .

The cable just pulls the lever shuting off fuel , the cable runs inside of the cab .

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I would say go with the push/pull cable. It cheaper and will not fail like the fuel solenoids are known to do. Its also a theft deterrent!

Crewcab did a good job with it
 

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can you run the 4bt on only veg oil. might be cheaper than diesel or fuel oil. do you have to change anything. how about biodiesel what is it. i know use the search.
 

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never mind i used the search lots of information sounds interesting with the price of fuel. 3.12 fuel oil
 

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I have a canola crushing operation in PA. I own a construction company and have been using Veg oil and Bio D for 2 years. 2 of my trucks are converted to run oil strait- with the use of a heated tank and delivery system. I do have a Case Skidster which has a 4bt. that runs great on a 70% oil 30% #2 blend. It seems the simpler the engine the better the mixed fuel runs. But in my F150 project I intend on running a two tank system with a heated delivery of the oil. and starting and stoping on a Bio D #2 blend. That is the way it should be done. I have learned a lot along the way. WVOP saved me a pile of cash last year

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sounds cool. once i get the 4bt in and running and all the bugs out i want to get into it.
 
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