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My little (Early) JD 2240 is puking diesel into the crankcase. I replaced the fuel transfer pump first hoping for a cheap ($100) fix with no success. So I've pulled all fuel lines & the three taps holding the Inj pump on. The pump still won't come off. It feels as though the gear or shaft refuses to come loose. As I see it on JDPARTS.com, It should come off. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks very much, Stephen
 

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I not familiar with the unit, but did look at the parts list on JD parts,

If the pump is powered from the camshaft, on the front of the engine, does the front cover need to come off and the gear removed before the pump can be removed? the gear is bolted on from the front side it looks like to me, the gear appears to the size of the pump if not a little larger if the drawing is right and I am looking at the correct picture,
 

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Farminghandyman, I agree with you. The gear appears larger than the gasket and therefore it is unlikely that the unit can be withdrawn through the hole. Also, it would be difficult to verify that the injector gear is timed with the driving gear. I would want to put a number of witness marks on everything prior to disassembly.
http://jdpc.deere.com/jdpc/servlet/...ets.PrintPageServlet?printParams=Illustration
 
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