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Cummins N14 Celect top end

Discussion in 'Shop Talk' started by trackdoc, Oct 18, 2013.

  1. trackdoc

    trackdoc Well-Known Member

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    Hi there, I need to do a top end on an N14 celect we have in a John Deere at home.
    Am I correct in saying the injectors are finger tight (6lb/inch) then slack off 2 flats (120 deg) ?
     
  2. FMD

    FMD Well-Known Member

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    Bottom the injectors two or three times to remove the fuel. Torque the adjusting screw to 25 inch pounds. Back off two flats. Torque the lock nut.