When an injector has been in use for some
time, the spray tip, even though clean on the
outside, may not be pushed readily from the nut
with the fingers.
In this event, support the nut on a woodblock
and drive the tip down through the nut, using
tool J 1291-02 as shown in Fig. 26.
6. Refer to Fig. 37 and remove the spill
deflector. Then lift the bushing straight out of
the injector body.
7. Remove the injector body from the holding
fixture. Turn the body upside down and catch
the gear retainer and gear in your hand as they
fall out of the body.
Figure 24. Removing or Installing
8. Withdraw the injector control rack from the
Plunger Follower, Plunger and Spring.
injector body. Also remove the seal ring from
Clean Injector Parts
Since most injector difficulties are the result of dirt particles, it is essential that a clean area be provided on
which to place the injector parts after cleaning and inspection.
Figure 25. Removing Injector Nut using Tool J
Figure 26. Removing Spray Tip from Injector Nut
using Tool J 1291-02