a. Thoroughly wash the fuel injection pipe (4) in diesel fuel. Make sure that line is clear.
b. Wipe with clean, lint-free cloth.
a. Position fuel injection pipe (4) between fuel injection nozzle (3) and fuel injection pump (2).
Position the pipe so that the fittings line up.
b. Carefully and slowly hand-tighten pipe connectors, taking care not to strip the fittings.
Turn fuel cock (1) to OPEN position.
d. Bleed air from fuel system.
Air can enter the fuel pipe system when the engine is first installed or the
fuel pipe is removed. No air bleeding is required when the fuel tank runs
out of fuel. Follow steps (1) through (3) for bleeding air instruction.
Place the speed control handle in the RUN position.
Set the decompression lever to the noncompression position.
Make sure fuel comes from the fuel injection nozzle while the recoil starter is pulled. The
injection sound can be heard.
Carefully inspect the fuel injection pipe connections for leaks. Tighten as necessary.