Caterpillar T30D:
Cranks, won`t start.

I have a Cat T30D, SN 5GB02513 that will crank but not start. It is getting fuel into the regulator but not out of it. I have already replaced the regulator, once there weeks ago, and then again today. I can get it to start if I prime the regulator. But once the engine is shut off, it will not start again. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  • Posted 23 Aug 2018 12:43
  • Discussion started by lvscr
  • Idaho, United States

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