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9876
Posted 3/5/2013 10:15 (#2943425)
Subject: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


NW Ohio
Had injection pump rebuilt and ready to install. Are there marks on the cam gear to tell you if you are TDC on #1 or #6? If you take the cover off the pump will it tell you what cylinder the pump rotation is on? Thanks
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flinkster
Posted 3/5/2013 10:32 (#2943461 - in reply to #2943425)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886



Osnabrock ND
There should be mark on dampner pulley, but It should tell you if it's top dead center but not which cylinder is. You should have lined up mark on pump (take little cover off pump) then pulled pump. That's if I remember correctly. Haha
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Ed Winkle
Posted 3/5/2013 11:04 (#2943517 - in reply to #2943461)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


Martinsville, Ohio
That's right but they can be hard to see. With my vision, it can be really hard to see!

Line them up and TDC is a good place to start, then I adjust with PTO dynomometer for load and fuel I am generally using.

Many run forever on TDC and do a good job.

Ed
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greenfarmer
Posted 3/5/2013 14:26 (#2943843 - in reply to #2943461)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


Central Minnesota
Not 100% sure the dampener will have timing marks on. I don't know if 86 series binders had them on the dampener or not. Thought it didn't happen until the 88 series. But worst case, pull that inspection cover off over your clutch housing right behind the oil filters. Take one bolt completely out, and leave the other one in loose and just slide the cover one way. Injection pump timing should be 14-18 i think. I'd have to look in the book to be sure of it.

Don't know how you took the pump off, if you lined up any marks or not. But you'll either be on top dead on #1 or #6. If your on top dead on #1 your valves should be loose on 1,2,3,6,7,10 starting from the front. So you might have to remove the valve cover if you just pulled the pump off and didn't line any marks up.

Once you find tdc, then rotate to whatever injection pump timing should be, 14 btdc? then find the mark on the shaft of your pump. Should be a small pin behind the gear, and a collar that tightens up to the gear that has your timing mark on. Slide it in and go. Could give you a long detailed explanation but i did that once a few years ago on here, and took forever to type it out. You could search for it. that might help.
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chief1403
Posted 3/5/2013 11:10 (#2943535 - in reply to #2943425)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


s.e.mn.
There's a cover below the fuel inlet hose with 4 screws. Take that off, look on the bottom edge of window for a small line , u will only see this off it on #1, its kinda hard to see. It will rotate if you turn pump. There's marks on the flywheel and sometimes balancer set at 18 .

This only applies to the d360 with model 100 pump
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jalopy
Posted 3/5/2013 11:31 (#2943578 - in reply to #2943535)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


NC IA
I was gonna ask what engine it had, 300 series or German.
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chief1403
Posted 3/5/2013 12:05 (#2943635 - in reply to #2943578)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


s.e.mn.
It can still be one turn off and line up. If you get it bleed good a crank it and no start take the gear off and rotate pump one turn and try it again
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9876
Posted 3/5/2013 11:44 (#2943600 - in reply to #2943535)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


NW Ohio
Thanks. I had the cover off but couldn't see any marks. I had it at 18 degrees and the pointer lined up with mark by the gear on the pump before I took it off. I didn't know if the injection place that worked on it lined it up to the same place it was when I took it off.
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TD15
Posted 3/5/2013 12:30 (#2943673 - in reply to #2943600)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


I did a 1206 last summer that didn't have the alignment marks and it was a bear to get it timed, had to remove the valve cover to look at the valves to be sure it was on #1.
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9876
Posted 3/5/2013 14:34 (#2943861 - in reply to #2943673)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


NW Ohio
Got it going. It was 180 off. Just thought there might be a way to get it right the first time. If there is a 50-50 chance I will get it wrong every time.
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dakotadirt
Posted 3/5/2013 14:41 (#2943874 - in reply to #2943861)
Subject: Re: Fuel pump timing on a International 886


i know what you mean there! sometimes just because of my luck i'll spin it over before i put it on the first time. usually end up even doing those twice too! lol.
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