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Unit Fuel Injectors and Unit Pumps Technician's Guide - This document is a guideline for qualified personnel. It explains the operation of the fuel injection systems for Detroit Diesel Corporations four-cycle engines and Mercedes Benz MBE 900 and MBE 4000 engines. There are 76 pages in this document.

UNIT FUEL INJECTORS AND UNIT PUMP TECHNICIAN GUIDE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................................. 1-1

1.1 DIESEL FUEL SYSTEM OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................. 1-1

1.1.1 SERIES 50/60 ELECTRONIC UNIT INJECTOR .......................................................................................... 1-5

1.1.2 MBE 900 AND MBE 4000 UNIT PUMP AND NOZZLE ......................................................................... 1-10

2 SAFETY................................................................................................................................................................. 2-1

2.1 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO OBSERVE WHEN WORKING ON THE ENGINE.................. 2-2

2.1.1 EXHAUST (START/RUN ENGINE) ............................................................................................................ 2-2

2.1.2 ITEMS UNDER TENSION ............................................................................................................................. 2-3

2.1.3 WORK PLACE ................................................................................................................................................ 2-3

2.1.4 FLUIDS AND PRESSURE ............................................................................................................................. 2-4

2.1.5 GLASSES ......................................................................................................................................................... 2-5

2.1.6 FIRE .................................................................................................................................................................. 2-5

2.1.7 BATTERIES ..................................................................................................................................................... 2-6

2.1.8 CLOTHING ....................................................................................................................................................... 2-7

2.1.9 AIR .................................................................................................................................................................... 2-7

3 INSPECTION AND REMOVAL OF SYSTEMS ........................................................................................ 3-1

3.1 SERIES 50/60 UNIT INJECTOR INSPECTION/REMOVAL ......................................................................... 3-1

3.2 MBE 900 UNIT PUMP INSPECTION/REMOVAL ........................................................................................ 3-2

3.3 MBE 4000 UNIT PUMP INSPECTION/REMOVAL ...................................................................................... 3-3

4 FUEL....................................................................................................................................................................... 4-1

4.1 FUEL ADDITIVES .............................................................................................................................................. 4-1

4.2 AIR IN FUEL ....................................................................................................................................................... 4-1

4.3 FUEL CETANE NUMBER ................................................................................................................................. 4-1

4.4 FUEL FILTRATION ........................................................................................................................................... 4-2

4.5 FUEL STABILITY .............................................................................................................................................. 4-3

4.6 FUEL SULFUR CONTENT ............................................................................................................................... 4-3

4.7 FUEL TEMPERATURE ..................................................................................................................................... 4-3

4.8 FUEL WATER CONTAMINATION ............................................................................................................... 4-3

5 ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEMS .......................................................................................................... 5-1

5.1 DDEC ABBREVIATIONS AND TERMS ........................................................................................................ 5-1

5.2 DDEC AND PRO-LINK OPERATIONS .......................................................................................................... 5-3

5.2.1 RETRIEVING AND CLEARING CODES ...................................................................................................... 5-3

5.2.2 UNIT INJECTOR CALIBRATION UPDATE .............................................................................................. 5-4

5.2.3 SNAPSHOT SEQUENCE ............................................................................................................................... 5-4

5.3 DDEC FOR MBE 900 AND MBE 4000 ENGINES .......................................................................................... 5-5

5.4 FUEL-RELATED ELECTRONIC FAULT CODES ......................................................................................... 5-5

5.4.1 FLASH CODE 37 - FUEL PRESSURE SENSOR/FUEL RESTRICTION SENSOR VOLTAGE HIGH ... 5-5

5.4.2 FLASH CODE 38 - FUEL PRESSURE SENSOR/FUEL RESTRICTION SENSOR VOLTAGE LOW ... 5-6

5.4.3 FLASH CODE 47 - AIR/FUEL PRESSURE HIGH ........................................................ 5-6

5.4.4 FLASH CODE 48 - AIR/FUEL PRESSURE LOW ........................................................ 5-6

5.4.5 FLASH CODE 61 - INJECTOR RESPONSE TIME LONG ............................................. 5-7

5.4.6 FLASH CODE 71 - INJECTOR RESPONSE TIME SHORT ........................................... 5-7

5.4.7 FLASH CODE 77 - ISOLATED FUEL ......................................................................... 5-7

6 FAILURE MODES ......................................................................................................... 6-1

6.1 NORMAL INJECTOR ................................................................................................... 6-2

6.2 SEIZED INJECTOR ..................................................................................................... 6-3

6.3 BROKEN INJECTOR FOLLOWER SPRING AND DAMAGED STATOR WITH BROKEN STATOR SCREWS........................................................................................................................ 6-4

6.4 LOOSE STOP PLATE SCREW ................................................................................... 6-5

6.5 MISSING STOP PLATE SCREW ................................................................................. 6-6

6.6 CRACKED INJECTOR BODY FAILURE ........................................................................ 6-7

6.7 BROKEN SOLENOID TERMINAL SCREW FAILURE ..................................................... 6-8

6.8 FAILED OR BLOWN SPRAY TIP FAILURE .................................................................. 6-9

6.9 LOW PRESSURE PLUG LEAK ................................................................................. 6-10

6.10 HIGH PRESSURE PLUG LEAK ............................................................................... 6-11

6.11 BLACK OR GRAY SMOKE PROBLEM ..................................................................... 6-12

6.12 WHITE SMOKE PROBLEM ..................................................................................... 6-12

7 INJECTORO-RINGS....................................................................................................... 7-1

8 FUEL SYSTEM TESTS ................................................................................................. 8-1

8.1 SERIES 50/60 DDEC CYLINDER CUTOUT TEST .......................................................... 8-1

8.2 SERIES 50/60 FAULTY FUEL INJECTOR TEST ........................................................... 8-4

8.3 SERIES 50/60 DDEC IMPROPER INJECTOR CALIBRATION TEST ............................... 8-4

8.4 SERIES 50/60 DDEC HIGH PRESSURE FUEL TEST ................................................... 8-6

8.5 SERIES 50/60 DDEC INSUFFICIENT FUEL FLOW TEST .............................................. 8-7

8.6 MBE CYLINDER CUTOUT TEST ................................................................................. 8-8

8.7 MBE 900 DOWNSTREAM (AFTER SECONDARY FILTER) PRESSURE TEST ................ 8-8

8.8 MBE 900 FLOW TEST AT NOZZLE HOLDER ............................................................... 8-9

8.9 MBE 900 FLOW TEST AT FUEL FILTER ...................................................................... 8-9

8.10 MBE 900 UPSTREAM PRESSURE TEST ................................................................. 8-11

8.11 MBE 900 INJECTOR LEAK TEST ............................................................................. 8-12

GLOSSARY..................................................................................................................... G-1

MTU 4000 Common Rail Fuel System Technician's Guide - This document is a guideline for qualified personnel. It explains the operation of the common rail fuel system used on the Detroit Diesel MTU 4000 Series engine. There are 134 pages in this document.

MTU - Fluids and Lubricants Specifications - This document covers fluid and lubricants for all MTU-Series and World Engines. There are 72 pages in this document.

Lubricating Oil, Fuel and Filters - This publication specifies the type of fuels, lubricants, filters and related maintenance intervals required for the diesel fueled engines manufactured and marketed by Detroit Diesel Corporation. There are 48 pages in this document.

These Guides are great for anybody that services or owns Detroit Diesel engines. They are detailed for the qualified service technician or anybody that just wants to know more about diesel fuel systems. The manuals can be printed out in Adobe Acrobat Reader and added to your service manual library. I have included a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader on the CD.

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Detroit Diesel Series Fuel Systems Technicians Manual

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