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  1. Floridianson

    How to remove the Fuel Shutoff Rod on the IP

    This is why we always leave the stop cable pulled out when we leave the truck. If the fuel control unit assembly wants to get sticky / stuck it is better to be in the no fuel than the wide open position. Also you might think about removing the fuel control unit assembly and do a deep cleaning...
  2. Floridianson

    How to remove the Fuel Shutoff Rod on the IP

    Don't know if it will eat the embedded stuff in the steel on the plunger or fuel control. You might need something to polish it off if it is real bad as it sometimes you can not even feel the varnish. It's like a stain but you can not remove any metal on the plunger if you polish it.
  3. Floridianson

    How to remove the Fuel Shutoff Rod on the IP

    Well yes. If you watch what you are doing there is not problem. There was a case where the OP did not put the fuel control in right and the collar pin was to the rear instead of being forward. Here when the motor started instead of going to idle it went to wide open. OP's fault and no excuse...
  4. Floridianson

    How to remove the Fuel Shutoff Rod on the IP

    Just to add a side note. When you go to put the fuel control rod back into the head since the control collar (plunger sleeve) is down, the fuel control assembly linkage arm is going to look like it is around the 4 to 5 o'clock position or real close to the shut off position. So hold the...
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