Now get yourself some good ziplock bags, and use them to hold the bolts you remove. Keep them in groups, like for the intake and the alternator bracket. This helps tremendously when putting it all back together. Some of my bags only had 3 bolts in them.Can someone help me out with instructions on replacement of a '95 injection pump? Scans? Haynes?
DON'T.....I figure cranking the engine would work
Is your truck OBD1 or OBD2, there are computers that you hook up to the OBD connector to set the timing of an injection pump. If your going to do it yourself, you need to see what the timing is on the computer and then twist the pump to get the correct timing. easiest way though is take it to a diesel repair shop. Other members have stated that it is not to expensive to have them do it and only takes about an hour or so to do. might be your best bet to get it done by a repair shop.Will92104 said to re-time the pump any time you mess with it. How do you do that? I have another problem that I think mine is out of time.
From what I've read the mechanical pump has a solinoid that advances the timing until the engine warms up. My 93 starts and runs fine til it warms up, then it misses, rocks and shakes the whole truck. I've already replaced lift pump, oil pressure switch, lift pump relay, and injectors. It doesn't have a PMD to overheat and mess it up.