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DieselDave
DieselDave

Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:38pm

Post Subject: Lister engine leak SR2

Tony-B thank's for the help today, i hope i can cure the problem sounds like surgery but the the breakdown of what to do and what's involved has given me a better understanding. Many thank's Dave Nottingham

Tony-B
Tony-B

Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2010 7:59pm

Post Subject: Lister engine leak SR2

Dave its not very difficult but I can see various traps that could befall the inexperienced, especially if you have to get involved with pump timing and adjustment. You will find that fuel pipes pass through specially shaped grommets and I think rubber O rings seal the heads to the fuel pump housing. Your leak could well be form one of those and is running down the housing making it look as if it is at the bottom. Please take it very slowly double checking each step in the manual and parts list. Also spend 5 minutes examining before you remove each part. Tony Brooks

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