DEUTZ 4006 F3L912 Injection Pump Tool for removal
This Dr. It focuses on overhauling the Deutz and Deutz series diesel engines. For other related Tech Tips see. The popular Deutz and Deutz engines are used in various high mortality applications such as screening plants and concrete saws. When they fail people often call us for advice, parts, and service. Here are five points to consider.
Most Deutz and engines left the factory without cylinder sleeves. When overhauling a Deutz or Deutz engine you can either install new sleeves or bore the parent bore to an oversize. Installing oversize pistons is less expensive than the three machining operations required to press in a cut lip for new sleeves. Not only is it less expensive, we think that if you are going to keep the engine boring it out and fitting oversize pistons is the way to go.
Example: first overhaul, install oversize pistons. Second overhaul, install new sleeves. Third and presumably last overhaul, bore the sleeves and put in oversize pistons. What size pistons does Foley supply? We offer both standard size and oversize pistons in. We sell them both for the same discounted price.
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First Name. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.We often get all kinds of calls asking for technical advice, from both owner-operators trying to troubleshoot a problem with their truck to repair shop mechanics who are looking for a second opinion.
With all these calls, we notice when multiple questions pop up, meaning it must be a pretty common question. One of these questions that weve gotten a few times is What is injection timing, and how do I adjust it? If youve found yourself asking that same question, this article has the basics that should hopefully give you the information youre looking for.
Looking for more great fuel injector content? We have a free eBook just for you! Injection timing is the timing of when fuel is injected into the cylinder, which alters when the combustion takes place. The time of when fuel is injected can be altered to be injected at different points in time.
The manufacturer of an engine does recommend certain timing, which is the timing they set it at when the engine is first made. This timing is usually balanced to get as much power as possible, while still remaining in legal limits for emissions. Adjusting injection timing is also often referred to as spill timing. Why Adjust Injection Timing? Usually, injection timing is adjusted to create more power in the engine.
Timing can be advanced to create more power. Sometimes timing is adjusted in the opposite direction to fix a smoking or a lag problem. Young or old, timing can be adjusted on any engine. The only difference is how the timing will be adjusted, which is covered later on in this article. Advancing the timing of an engine means that you are moving the combustion up in time. In other words, you are adjusting the timing so that ignition happens earlier than when the manufacturer originally set it to occur.
Top Dead Center, or TDC, for a particular piston is when that piston is at the very top of the cylinder, or furthest from the crankshaft. The opposite, Bottom Dead Center, or BDC, is when the piston is at its lowest point in the cylinder, closest to the crankshaft.
So, BTDC would be the point before the piston is at its uppermost point in the engine. A timing advance is the number of degrees BTDC that ignition occurs.
Usually the location is measured in degrees. For example, 10 degrees BTDC is when the crankshaft is 10 degrees before the piston is at its highest point in the cycle. In case you cant figure out degrees just by looking at the crankshaft, here is a handy calculator.
Retarding the timing of an engine is essentially the opposite of advancing. It is when you adjust timing so that ignition occurs after the manufacturers original specified time. People will retard the ignition timing of their engines for various reasons, although it is less common. Some of these reasons are fuel economy and performance.
The rest of this article will focus on advancing the timing of an engine, as that is the most common timing adjustment. There are several ways you can adjust injection timing, depending on the type of engine you have and how old it is. The most common ways to adjust injection timing are programming the ECM, adjusting the fuel injection pump, replacing the camshaft, and replacing the cam followers or gaskets.Welcome to world's most trustworthy automotive forum.
Thread Rating: 0 Vote s - 0 Average 1 2 3 4 5. Deutz F4L Injection Pump timing help. Reputation: 0. Guy tried replacing the injection pump, had it rebuilt, messed up timing the pump and then spun the motor with the pump out.
Spill port timing this motor isn't normally too bad, but its in a Miller welding machine and cylinder 1 is the air compressor. So no valves and the injection pump has no delivery valve in that respective hole either.
Workshop Manual of course wants me to time the pump using cylinder 1. Any suggestions? I was thinking of trying to start timing it on cylinder 4 instead. Reputation: Arnt those ones numbered from flywheel forward? Making Air compressor cyl 4.
I know my BF6L was backwards for cylinder numbering. It is numbered backwards. Cylinder 1 is closest to the flywheel, and the air compressor is on cylinder 1.
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Adopting the single-pump structure verified by the European market for 12 years, the performance is stable and the reliability is high. The average overhaul mileage iskilometers higher than the similar products, and the annual attendance rate is 30 days.
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As a result we encourage you to change this belt regularly. In our experience, when a someone buys a Deutz powered machine, especially one that has been in rental service, or on a stump grinder, he should assume that the belt has never been changed out and immediately change this belt to avoid headaches.
For this multi step procedure, we highly recommend purchasing one of our workshop manuals from our website. The process of collapsing tappets, measuring and calculating is to involved to try and illustrate without the manual.
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Sign up to get news and specials from us! You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using theunsubscribe link, found at the bottom of every email. Locate the camshaft timing pin hole: Viewing the engine from the front, this threaded camshaft hole is located on the left rear side of the engine block. The camshaft has an offset hole so the pin can only go in one way. It is impossible to have the camshaft degrees out-of-time. Locate the crankshaft timing pin hole: Viewing the engine from the front, this threaded hole is located on the front right side of the engine block.
Unlike the camshaft, the crankshaft can accidentally be pinned in place degrees out of time. To time the crankshaft correctly, first, remove the fuel injector closest to the front of the engine. Now rotate the engine, by hand, until this front cylinder piston is at top dead center.
The 1 cylinder is located closest to the rear of the engine. You must find TDC on the front cylinder only the cylinder closest to the front crankshaft pulley. Once TDC is found, install the timing pin in the crankshaft timing hole.
Next, rotate the crankshaft clockwise as viewing from the front of the engine until the crankshaft stops or hits the timing pin. Your crankshaft is now in time. The next step will be installing the belt and tensioner pulley. Please review our Tech Tip on the proper timing belt tensioning procedure.
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Hi deutz folks, after learning from knowledge stored in this forum, would like to contribute some, and hopefully be usefull to others as well. Now, two years ago i got BC with infamous deutz engine, where camshaft which also powers diesel injections pumps, is driven by a belt, and in my case the belt has lost 5 teeth due to age. With help of Bobcatmechanic, Tallrick and others i was able to install new belt and fire her up. I measured the hole where camshaft pin should go in, thread is in block, and camshaft has a hole where pin ends up: on the block marked with circle and hole where crank pin goes in, also circled located on the back of the engine: and came ap with a rough homemade pins: What i did not realize until i opened up the engine is that the pin leght is equally important, not just thread and diameter, because i assumed that it locks crank just the same as cam - wrong!
I locked cam and put in the pin for the crank, then placed the belt on pulleys, but imediatelly realized it is off a bit. Slightly tensioned it, and removed pins and turned endine over a few times so that belt is seated correctly. Also would need belt tension gauge but that you can borrow from some machine shop or rent from a dealer. It is rather tough to do it with the engine in the skidder, as i could find no other way as to creep in from cab side, and look for a moment to thread in the pin, while my brother slowly turned crank, the process politely described by Atco Thanks all for the input on this :drinkup.
Last edited: Mar 11, AndyGrevisMar 11, Very nice job Andy, and excellent pics. Joined: Apr 28, Messages: Location: florida. The kit of belt and idler was around It is absolutely best to install the belt with the engine out of the Bobcat.
As for the tensioner I admit to not using the real tool but doing it "by feel" wih the aid of a dial gage. So far there has been no failure of the belt so I will keep my fingers crossed.