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Old 01-10-2011, 10:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fuel from IP throttle shaft?

Has anyone ever seen a significant diesel leak coming out of the IP at the throttle shaft? In looking at the Stanadyne manual they talk about using a special tool (#20992) to remove a cam? prior to removing the shaft assembly. Not much mention is made of seals or O-rings. Am I missing something? It would appear this item could be serviced without pulling the IP out of the rig - we're talking a van.
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It can be done although I have not done mine yet. Only had the seals sitting on the shelf for a year...
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All; Well, the IP shaft seals have been replaced with some helpful pointers from the local Diesel Shop H&H (Milton, WA). That seems to have cured the fast drip problem. Since then I had a quirky condition that involved the engine starting fine when stone cold. Once warmed up the rig would not refire. After consulting the various forum threads on warm starting problems, it would even act up when cooled off. After tapping on top of the IP cover and checking the voltage at the fuel shut-off solenoid it would sometimes fire up. Once however it kept running-on after the key was turned OFF! Aha! Something is actually sticking in the solenoid, so I tried replacing the whole solenoid with a unit from a spare "parts" IP. Still problems so I took solenoid plunger apart and removed deposits using 600 grit wet/dry paper - EUREKA!! The solenoid action id now very smooth and has definite clicking action. Re-assembled and it has started without fail EVERY time now. I think the daily driver is back in action for a while now, at least until the next problem.
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