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    Default D4 2T injection pump foldover lock question

    Are these standard foldover locks on my injection pump for the 4 nuts either side if the gear on the end of the pump camshaft? (Apologies for the photo orientation, donít know what I did wrong) They donít look like the 1A-2682 in the parts catalog pic to me, they look more like flywheel bolt locks? Just wondering before I remove them to pull the pump.

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    Think Iíve answered my own question, found this pic in the D4400 service manual.F913ADA7-B7F5-46E3-B714-5FC4C957AF3E.jpg


    The earlier 7J-5104 - 7J-8686 had 4 locks of 1A-2682 while the 2T have 2 of 6B-4954. I think the parts catalog picture for the 2T is wrong, it shows the earlier lock but with the new part no. Ironically the earlier locks are still available so Iíll have to replace mine with those when I rebuild it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    Are these standard foldover locks on my injection pump for the 4 nuts either side if the gear on the end of the pump camshaft? (Apologies for the photo orientation, donít know what I did wrong) They donít look like the 1A-2682 in the parts catalog pic to me, they look more like flywheel bolt locks? Just wondering before I remove them to pull the pump.

    Tony

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    Those locks are also incorrectly folded over on the nuts, lock should be up against one flat of the nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rome K/G View Post
    Those locks are also incorrectly folded over on the nuts, lock should be up against one flat of the nut.

    Top tip, thanks.

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