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I hear some people really enjoy scapbooking!
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Re: Cleaning my Yanmar injectors?

But that means you will miss out on this:



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Re: Cleaning my Yanmar injectors?

Ah!!, the ignore list, I am proud to be on several/many of those, great fun. I am not even close to being an expert on anything but do have some experience on VW & Detroit diesels.

Suggest:

1. A good, detailed shop manual, read thoroughly before further wrenching

2. Check lift pump pressure at cranking speeds, assuming all filters are flowing properly.

3. Check injector pump timing

4. Check valve clearances

5. Check for any air leaks by pressurizing the fuel system from the tank outlet downstream

6. Use the new injectors, can't remember if you have already done this?

7. Make sure your battery is at full capacity & that all connections are fresh & clean

8. An oil analysis and or a compression test may provide further info.

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Re: Cleaning my Yanmar injectors?

Just please go away. You clearly have nothing constructive to say or offer. Many folks here have been interested in this topic and those folks and myself have benefitted from trying to find reasonable solutions. Why you feel a need to judge me for my efforts or categorize me as inept is so infantile. You must have better things to do with your time, or not. I would like to continue my discussion on the open forum with others. Please do not add any more comments.
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Ah!!, the ignore list, I am proud to be on several/many of those, great fun.
Proud to be on an ignore list??? Huh, this is BEYOND BELIEF!!!

That does it, that is the final straw, Mr. Smart Guy, you are now officially on my ignore list...

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Just please go away. You clearly have nothing constructive to say or offer. Many folks here have been interested in this topic and those folks and myself have benefitted from trying to find reasonable solutions. Why you feel a need to judge me for my efforts or categorize me as inept is so infantile. You must have better things to do with your time, or not. I would like to continue my discussion on the open forum with others. Please do not add any more comments.
Dave, as you posted this shortly after my last post, I assume you are shooting at me? If so, my apologies.

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Proud to be on an ignore list??? Huh, this is BEYOND BELIEF!!!
A little humor?

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That does it, that is the final straw, Mr. Smart Guy, you are now officially on my ignore list...
You will have to stand in line

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Plus, stop responding to all my posts! What do you think this is, a listserv or sumptin?
So noted.

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Cleaning my Yanmar injectors?

Update:
I learned this week that Macboring, NJ has closed down the fuel injector service shop. I wanted to have them service the injectors and they said that they don't work on them, even if one was a student in their workshop class.

Don't intend to hijack thread, but finding a good reputable place for injector work takes research.
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Re: Cleaning my Yanmar injectors?

Can I assume a brand new set of Injectors would have been factory calibrated and ready for immediate use?
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