Injector Pump adjustments for PE series IP

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Injector Pump adjustments for PE series IP

Post by Tony From West Oz » Thu 25 Jan, 2018 6:15 pm

I have used this procedure for my Ssangyong Musso 2.9 Turbo diesel. This is a Bosch IP similar to those on the MB100, possibly on W123, W124 and other
(post 1980) diesels, including turbodiesels, up to the introduction of Common Rail Injection in 2000 (approx)
I located it on a UK forum for Ssangyong / Daewoo vehicles.
http://www.ssangyongclub.co.uk/forum/in ... mment=2263

Incorrect adjustment can cause overfueling which may result in an uncontrollable over revving of the engine, a lot of black smoke and engine damage if the engine cannot be stopped (cut fuel off, cut air to intake with solid board - definitely not any part of your body).

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