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    I recently put new injectors in the tractor and had the pump done up so why would it be smokey
    If anyone could help I would appreciate it
    Yhanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carljt1 View Post
    I recently put new injectors in the tractor and had the pump done up so why would it be smokey
    If anyone could help I would appreciate it
    Yhanks
    Was the engine smokey before the pump and injectors were done? Is it white smoke or black ?I would check to be sure pump timing was adjusted properly. If that is good, then check compression. Low compression causes white smoke ALso be sure to use fresh high quality fuel.

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    Ditto on checking fuel inj pump timing. Is air cleaner & element clean/unobstructed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jd110 View Post
    Was the engine smokey before the pump and injectors were done? Is it white smoke or black ?I would check to be sure pump timing was adjusted properly. If that is good, then check compression. Low compression causes white smoke ALso be sure to use fresh high quality fuel.
    Well all I can tell you is that the pump was sent to a specialist to be done .The smoke isn't black more white

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carljt1 View Post
    Well all I can tell you is that the pump was sent to a specialist to be done .The smoke isn't black more white

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    Did person installing inj pump time it correctly????????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tx Jim View Post
    Did person installing inj pump time it correctly????????????
    Jim all I can do is presume that he did it's what he does for a living.The tractor doesn't seem to have a Miss or anything.Could it be something more serious

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    Did you reinstall the pump on the engine or did the shop do it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnH123 View Post
    Did you reinstall the pump on the engine or did the shop do it?
    It was all done by the shop

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    If it was my tractor I'd ""make note of position of inj pump on engine block"" then loosen mounting nuts & rotate pump a degree or 2 to advance IP timing,tighten nuts then start engine to determine if smoke went away & how engine operates.

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    Thank you very much for your help l will try that and see if it makes a difference.

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