Cub Cadet 4X4D Trail J466
Stopped running today, behaved like it was out of fuel. Low fuel warning lite was not on but I added some fuel anyway.
When ignition turned on fuel pump noise was different that usual. Engine would run a bit but "run out of gas" as soon as load was applied. Fuel filter less than one season old.
If it's the fuel pump where is it?
If you think it's something else what might it be?
Thx to anyone offering advice. I have a fair amount of mech experience but almost none with diesels.
mark in MN
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By Chris B
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