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Kubota D-722


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01-09-08, 05:19 PM   #1  
Kubota D-722

Can anyone help me?


Can some one tell me how to bleed the air out of my
kubota D-722 fuel line!

 
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01-10-08, 12:49 AM   #2  
Generally, to bleed a diesel fuel line, I loosen the fuel line nut at the injector and crank the engine until fuel comes out, then tighten it and go to the next injector line. The engine will probably crank up before you get to the last injector, and that's ok, it will bleed on it's own when it's running.


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01-10-08, 07:43 PM   #3  
Cheese is right. I work on heavy equipment & this is the way we do it all the time. Fill the fuel filters with fuel first, if you can. Roger

 
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