The ORGNo shonky business!
Started by raueda1, 01 November 2022, 06:59 PM
Quote from: Randys01 on 01 November 2022, 11:35 PMIf you are referring to the pressure regultor valve in the back of the fuel distributor then the answer is yes they can be pulled apart/serviced/recalibrated.
Quote from: rumb on 02 November 2022, 04:32 PMDave, look in the 100.985 Combustion manual job 7.3-210 Reconditioning and adjusting.
Quote from: daantjie on 03 November 2022, 08:56 AMFrom memory there is a push valve inside the unit with a very tiny oring.
Quote from: Randys01 on 02 November 2022, 11:05 PMThis device does a no of things and is generally not considered a home handyman adjustment but we can do it.! The whole thing about the fuel distrib [and its assocaited hanger on bits ] is that it is restored at specialist centres with flow meters and God knows what else. So that's part of the reason it is hard to find info about them.Anyway, for the moment let's concentrate on setting the system fuel pressure. ASSUMING you have assembled this correctly and ASSUMING that all the O rings are in place and serviceable,ie as per the drawings.. it is the shims that set the pressure. You only need 2 as a rule to obtain a good ave fuel pressure of 5.6 bar.Until you have that and 1 litre per 30 seconds flow: they are the cornerstone settings.......the rest of it will be like wrestling with a column of smoke.
Quote from: Randys01 on 02 November 2022, 04:01 AMTo give the component it's correct name "System Pressure Regulator" ..this is a screw in device at the rear of the fuel divider. It is largely best described as a long thin piston device.These are easily serviced. This device could be contributing to your woes.
Quote from: Randys01 on 03 November 2022, 09:50 PM.you're gettin' there!
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