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Re: Injector Removal- Yanmar Engines

For metal injector fuel lines, I've been told to replace them as well, if the injectors have been serviced a few times. Certainly, not necessary every time. After they've been removed and replaced several times, I understand the flex can be an issue.

That may have been model specific advice from years ago, but you might want to check.


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Don't know if you've solved your original issue of injector removal..but a trick that I've learned if the injector is slightly difficult to remove is to use the engine's compression. Be careful and use a heavy rag over the suspected injector as it may fly like a champagne cork but with considerable mass. The O-ring is nothing more then a dust/debris preventer. Also check the pre chambers for wear..should be easy to pull out with a hooked type instrument/tool.
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Don't know if you've solved your original issue of injector removal..but a trick that I've learned if the injector is slightly difficult to remove is to use the engine's compression. Be careful and use a heavy rag over the suspected injector as it may fly like a champagne cork but with considerable mass. The O-ring is nothing more then a dust/debris preventer. Also check the pre chambers for wear..should be easy to pull out with a hooked type instrument/tool.
Ok, thanks. I will leave the injectors in place for now. Everything is running well, so I will leave it that way. Good to know how to take them out for when the time comes.
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Re: Injector Removal- Yanmar Engines

can any one tell me if you need a special tool to remove the injectors in a case cx36 3 cyl. motor. it has the hold down plate that I removed cant get the injector out. some one said they screw out but I don't think so please help
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can any one tell me if I need a special tool to remove 3 injectors from a case cx36 3 cyl. motor please help
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Re: Injector Removal- Yanmar Engines

The engine should be Yanmar. You do not need special tools. Take off the two nuts holding the enjector, pull the enjector. You may need some type of hook to take of the aluminum washer inside the hole between the enjector and the body.
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