why did you remove them? were you having fuel problems or are you wanting to clean them or something? Some types of injecotrs can be worked on but most just have to be replaced. While they were in the tractor you shoulda got someone to check them with a node light to see if you had any malfunctions. I have been told that alot of times they will swap out with less costly aftermarkets on some vehicles depending on the manufacturer. Are they Bosch? Do they have any numbers etc on them?
The head is at the shop for valve reseating, the injectors were removed to see if they needed cleaning or other services, the engine is a Kubota D950 which has not run for a few years. I just wanted to assemble a completely ready engine.
you need a pressure tester for them and other special tools that cost a mint! unfortunatly you should get them checked as they may be gummed or outa adjustment.some small independant shops have the tools and know how
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