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Series: JOHN DEERE (STANADYNE),FORD,CATERPILLAR (CAT)
COMMON RAIL NOZZLES:
COMMON RAIL INJECTORS:
Brand: CHANGSHUN (Genuine; Original)
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Head Rotor:1 Pieces
Nozzle: 10 Piecese
Plunger:10 Pieces (T Elements 6 Pieces)
Pencil Nozzles:10 Pieces
Common Rail Parts: 10 Pieces
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If you are in the diesel injection parts field,you must be familiar with the nozzles and its parts number.So do you really know what the letters means in its OEM number?Here China Balin Power Co.,Ltd – professional fuel injection parts specialist,will take the injectors DLLA150S187 as an example.
DL = A hole type nozzle, one that sprays fuel through several holes in the tip of the nozzle body L = Indicates a “long” nozzle
A = A code indicating details of nozzle design (4 hole, 5 hole, etc..) 150 = Spray pattern in degrees, 150°
S = Nozzle shoulder diameter code. It must match the shoulder diameter of the nozzle holder. The sizes are: P = 14mm, R = 16mm, S = 17mm, T = 22mm, U = 30mm, V = 42mm, W = 50mm
187 = Application information code for Bosch use.
PE = An inline injection pump with integral camshaft
S = With flange type mounting. (base or cradle mount pumps are identified as PE only)
6 = Number of high pressure outlets
A = Pump size. Indicates an “A” size pump. As used by Bosch the term “size” is less indicative of actual size, than design characteristics. The word “model” is probably more accurate. 352/353 engines
all have “A” series pumps. Early 366 motors will also have this pump, it was subsequently replaced by the heavier “MW” series pump. The larger 355 motors used with some rear engined snow
blower systems use the “P” series pump.
80 = Plunger diameter in tenths of a mm. i.e. an 8.0 mm plunger
C = Design change code, in this case the third design. A= 1, B= 2, C= 3, D= 4, etc..
410 = Construction information; location of fuel transfer (feed) pump and governor.
R = Direction of rotation when facing the drive end of the pump. R = right hand (clockwise) rotation. L = left hand (counter clockwise) rotation. S 2085 X = Bosch code for application and usage of pump
RS = Governor type (RS = tractor type, RQ = vehicular type
V = Variable (all speed) governing.
350 = Low idle pump speed. (one half engine speed, or 700 rpm) .. = An additional designator for variable speed governing. A / (slash) in this position indicates minimum and maximum governing only.
1300 = Full load, rated speed. Pump rpm at maximum engine speed under full load. (one half of engine speed, or 2600 rpm )
A = The injection pump “size” this governor is intended for use with
2 B = Design change code. B = second version
1005 D = Bosch code for application and usage of governor
The most common mechanical failure of the VP44 pump is rupturing of the diaphragm in the front of the injection pump. The diaphragm ruptures allowing the timing piston to vibrate and damage the front cover until fuel bypasses. This will cause the dreaded check engine trouble code P0216. When this occurs your Bosch VP44 Injection Pump must be replaced. The rupturing of the diaphragm is caused by a poorly designed lift pump. When the lift pump does not supply the Injection pump with the correct amount of Fuel Pressure (a minimum of 5psi under load at wide open throttle) the diaphragm then doesn’t have enough positive pressure and ruptures. Dodge has recognized this problem as they will no longer even sell the lift pump that goes on the side of the block; they replace it with a unit that is now mounted in the tank. The average cost of having the lift pump put in the tank is about $800.
A seized rotor is a common problem with 98-99 trucks or ones with a rebuilt pump without an upgraded rotor, coating, and distributor. This mechanical failure of the VP44 is located in the head of the pump and is a communal problem that has plagued the Cummins engines for a long time. According to Bosch this failure is a poorly “de-burred” rotor. This is a problem in the machining, but has been phased out in later years of production. A seized rotor can be contributed to the lift pump not providing enough fuel to the injection pump. Diesel Fuel is used as a lubricant, so when there is an insufficient amount of fuel the rotor does not get lubricated properly. If you are hitting high RPMs down the road and this is happening, you are not getting the lubrication your pump needs and you are likewise going to run into problems. If the rotor seizes the truck will not start and the VP44 Injection Pump must be replaced.
The last reason for the failure of the VP44 pump is electrical problems with the computer on top of the pump. Heat is the main reason associated with this problem, causing the soldered components to become crystallized over time and make bad connections. Lack of fuel is again part of the problem, because the VP44 is cooled with fuel instead of oil (as the old P7100 12valve pumps). When this problem occurs you will usually experience intermittent hard starts, white smoke and what’s usually referred to as “The Dead Pedal”.
The VP44 pumps will not be warrantied if a user taps or splices the pump wire and does not use a stealth cover. This is where having a BD Diesel stealth plate comes into play. The Stealth Cover for the 1998.5 to 2002 Dodge 24V fits onto the VP44 injection pump, providing a secure, sealed connection instead of notching the pump wire for power mods. If the wires are cut in any way the pump is no longer under warranty, and any repairs that need to be made to the injection pump will be the buyer’s responsibility.
It is also not advised to run bio-diesel fuel in your fuel tank because it gums up the internals of the pump and rusts the diaphragm. Running bio diesel through your engine will also void the warranty of a pump. VP44 fuel injection pumps are a great pump and work very well only if you give it the right fuel. It is also highly recommend to not be using cheap filters or watered down fuel to improve the quality of life of your VP44.