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Lister Petter PH2 diesel Pump Leak
« on: July 03, 2015, 12:29:19 PM »
Hi
I have a lister PH" twin cylinder engine with a genset 17.2kva engine runs spot on and chugs away all day long powering my two workshops but i have noticed that on the front cylinder diesel pump i have a leak from the bellow on one side is there any repair i can do or is it a new pump if its needs a new pump has anyone fiited the ones made in india are the any good etc hope someone can help i will look forward to hopefuly good advice
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rob

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Re: Lister Petter PH2 diesel Pump Leak
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2015, 01:58:28 PM »
Can not vouch for the particular pumps to fit your Petter, but the Indian built Mico or Mico-Bosch replacements supplied for Lister CS and others appear to be of excellent quality and well priced. Believe they are made under licence from Bosch, so have a standard to uphold. Others here may be able to relate their experience with Indian injection gear, but it seems largely positive. Regards,
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Re: Lister Petter PH2 diesel Pump Leak
« Reply #2 on: July 08, 2015, 08:41:43 AM »
Providing the Aluminium body of your pump is in good condition, a rebuild kit may another otion to consider.

Here is a suitable example:

http://www.stationaryengineparts.com/Bryce-Petter-Fuel-Pump-Rebuild-kit.html

Replacing the fuel injector pumps wholesale with Indian 'equivilant' item, can be a minefield. Because over time the Indians have carried out all manner of modifications to the pump design to suit there clone engines, one well known example would be no provision on the end of the fuel control rack for an overload stop.