The Ford Tractor Repair Manual by Clymer is designed for use with Ford tractors from the following series: 2310, 2600, 2610, 3600, 3610, 4100 (after 1974), 4110, 4600, 4610 (prior to 1984), 4600SU and 4610SU (prior to 1984). The manual features easy-to-follow instructions and detailed diagrams to make repairing and servicing your tractor easy. The tractor repair manual includes wiring diagrams for non-diesel models without a cab. Other models of tractors are wired similarly, making the guide useful for most Ford tractor owners. This guide is intended for DIY mechanics or professionals and includes basic information, background detail and tips for advanced users.
Note: This tractor repair manual includes wiring diagrams for non-diesel models w/o cab. Other models are similar.
The I&T/Clymer manual has been a trusted resource for farmers and farm equipment technicians for over 40 years. The manual is still printed in the traditional format and includes 3 holes on the spine side for organizing in a binder or hanging off a peg hook. The classic farm equipment manual is a must-have addition to any barn or equipment mechanic's shop.
Book Excerpt: Ford Tractor Repair Manual Series 2310, 2600, 2610, 3600, 3610, 4100, 4110, 4600, 4610, 4600SU, 4610SU
CAUTION: Fuel leaves injector nozzle with sufficient force to penetrate skin. When testing, stay clear of nozzle spray.
ALL DIESEL MODELS
105. Diesel engines are fitted with C.A.V. fuel injector assemblies. The injector nozzles have four spray holes spaced apart in a pattern of 110, 90, 70 and 90 degrees around the nozzle tip.
106. TESTING AND LOCATING A FAULTY INJECTOR
If engine does not run properly and a faulty injector is indicated, locate faulty injector as follows: With engine running, loosen high pressure line fitting on each injector in turn, thereby allowing fuel to escape at union rather than enter injector.
As in checking for malfunctioning spark plugs in a spark ignition engine, a faulty injector is the one which, when its line is loosened, least affects the running of the engine.
107. INJECTOR TESTER
A complete job of testing and adjusting a fuel injector requires use of a special tester such as shown in Fig. 87. The injector should be tested for opening pressure, spray
pattern, seat leakage and leak back.
Operate tester until oil flows, then connect injector to tester. Close tester valve to shut off passage to tester gauge and operate tester lever to be sure nozzle is in operating condition and not plugged.
If oil does not spray from all four spray holes in nozzles, if tester lever is hard to operate or other obvious defects are noted, remove
injector from tester and service as outlined in paragraph 113.
Also see, 1975-1981 Ford 2600, 3600, 4100 and 4600 Operator's Manual
Subject: Ford farm tractor service, maintenance, repair. ISBN-10: 0872882306 | ISBN-13: 9780872882300 | I&T FO-41