Chris Christenson: thanks
your video enabled me to bleed the lines and restart after running out of
I appreciate a great teaching
bonita miller: Great video! thank you so much, I work 3rd shift so I cant work on it now
but will let you know how it goes when I do.
Clanafull: What is the thing at the top of the injectors that feeds the injectors?
Mine (B7300) is leaking gas there but the two nuts seem to be tight. Love
MrRainbowrooster: Great help. thanks for making it simple for folks like me
Tho doris: thank you
Luc Caron: good idee
marko stathis: Thanks for posting this. A picture is worth a thousand words. A video is
worth fifty thousand! You can read about doing this but seeing this makes
the job so much easier. I got my b7100 running. Once again, thank you!
crimson22s: haha damn beetle
lexmarks567: I have a kubota D722 engine. There is fuel going to the injector pump but
nothing after that it appears. I removed one of the lines that goes to the
injector nozzle and no fuel was coming out of it.
vrmmarine: you do not have to blead the injector lines!, only thing you have to do is
blead the gallery of the injector pump, any air in the fuel line's wil
dissapear while starting , its the pump jou have to blead , feuline
bleading is not nessesairy! (its practice!)
Mark Watkins: Thank you so much for posting this clear and very helpful video.
vrmmarine: @vrmmarine (hy presure injector line's is what i mean!, not the normal feul
ZeUberNerd: This solved the issue on my L295DT when it ran out of diesel, thanks so
Sara___: how do you bleed a B2920. The instructions in the manual says that you a
fill the tank with fuel and run the engine for 30 sec and then stop ... not
very helpful I have tried that and not helpful
crimson22s: bleed the injector lines at the injector pump and on the injectors
themselves. i just ran my mitsubishi k3 diesel out of fuel today and its
doing the same exact thing as what you just said, starts up runs for about
3 seconds, try to start it again sputters blowing the black smoke and then
just wont fire, then it starts blowing white smoke because its all of the
unburned diesel not being ignited.
james mckinney: hmm, all the kubotas i have owned have bleeder screws along the fuel
system, have never in 30 years had to crack an injector line
CrazyEye75: @deepfriedmeatpie not a fuel pump either there bud. those things are
gravity fed and dont have a fuel pump. its an injector pump
farmall51: HaHa Yeah Thats what I said. He must have gotten in the Diesel can I used
that day. But that's all it takes . LoL
heidebill: I have a Kubota K008 Excavator, the fuel light did not work and so I ran it
out of fuel, I bled the lines as you illustrated, my question is . The
valve from 3:02 to 3:23 I have one of those in a diffferent location,
bleeding that would bleed the return manifold?? which would also bleed the
injectors?? I don't know, Bill
Chuck Haley: When bleeding the lines after loosening the nut at the injector should I
see a continuous flow of air bubbles or should the bubbles eventually fade
to a steady stream of fuel?
motorwolrdpl: why do you need to bleed diesel???
ricturtle: @qwedmore when i was breakdown crew, i have never done so many fuel bleeds
and jumpstarts on diesel engines, mainly done detroit diesels.
teal9: thank you sir for this fine video. I got my little L185 easily running
again thanks to you.
landon s: thanks man
Chet Cromer: Great video. I expect this will do the trick on my B7100 on which I just
rebuilt everything from the flywheel to the joint headed to the
farmall51: We took the tank off about a month ago and found a Beetle . The Beetle was
blocking the fuel flow . hahah Simple fix.
godlytv: Thanks! Between this and your website I was able to get the job done.
Sadly, my finishing mower busted just after the bleed.
farmall51: Im having trouble with my B7500 HST not running . When I go to start it it
takes a few seconds for it to fire and when it does it spudders and acts
like it starving for fuel then it only runs for 5 to 10 seconds then dies.
When its running for those few seconds its blowing out some nasty black
smoke.Ive cleaned the air filter out changed the fuel filter and return
lines to the tank . but it still does the same thing.Ive got fuel to the
injectors but I'm wondering if the injectors are clogged .
motorwolrdpl: why dont you need to bleed the fuel in a petrol engine??
Zorro1ification: Great visual presentation for those of us unfamiliar with diesel engines.
Kenneth F. Klein: Great video, and i did this as well, but there is a bleeder screw on the
side of the injector pump. that helps bleed the air.