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Old 03-04-2013, 09:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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IP pump adjustment-A couple different ways

I just did it on the van, using an old pump on the bench, I first took the metering rod out, then tried to get my ball headed allen wrench on there and could, so went hmmmmm, put the rod back in and yep, you can still get the allen wrench on. So took the cover off on the van, the hardest part was finding the damn adjuster, can't see in there, but had a friend, and using the bench one as tester, got the allen key in and adjusted. I marked my crank pulley so if I have to adjust some more, it will be a 10 min job.

I'll snap pic of it together with the allen wrench in place.

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Got any pics? I too marked my crank for next time

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This is cool
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Ok, I hate vans, lol, this is getting ridiculous, had to move the fast idle solenoid out of the way otherwise you can't get the top plate off, it took me an hour to get the damn thing back in, holy crap this is getting tiresome,
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I once broke an injector line so I called a wrecker who said "yup we've got a 6.2 that you can take the line from" Turned out it was a van. It took me almost an hour just to get the manifold off. There was one maybe 2 bolts that were so damn difficult to access, i think I could get a socket on it but there was no room to pull it out, or some weird issue like that. (probably didn't help that it was just the front cab and engine bay of the van so the tires kept everything at a weird angle)

At that point I decided I would never own a vehicle that I intended to do work on that had a doghouse.
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Welcome to my daily hell, these medium duty internationals all have dog boxes and under a certain size truck easiest way to get valve cover off is either spend the time pulling the interior to pull the dog box or take the cab mounts loose up front and jack the cab over as far as possible
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It took me almost an hour just to get the manifold off. There was one maybe 2 bolts that were so damn difficult to access, i think I could get a socket on it but there was no room to pull it out, or some weird issue like that. (probably didn't help that it was just the front cab and engine bay of the van so the tires kept everything at a weird angle)

At that point I decided I would never own a vehicle that I intended to do work on that had a doghouse.
It was probably a Sat morning and you had just crawled out of the dog house too.
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well to make your pump retarded, you could let it hang out with me for a day
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HA, you're probably right there. I was probably in the doghouse for breaking my truck and needing the saturday to fix it
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Ok, here are the pics. If it wasn't for the fact I had the pump on the bench, I never would have figured it out. There are 2 slots/valleys after the screw, so I would turn it over until I hit that, then I knew the screw was coming. I had no idea those slots where there.







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2004 VW Wagon TDI 5 speed-blue-also modified-Mine!

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