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So adding a Facet fuel pump to my KT-17 in my 782. Had enough of the standard old manual fuel pump. But need some help hooking it up! Instructions say I need a relay between the key switch and 3 amp fuse before the fuel pump. Never used a relay before so don't know how to hook it up right? Have a five pin key switch with the following letters on the pins - A, S, G, M, and last one is blank. Have a 5 pin relay with following numbers on the pins - 30, 85, 86, 87, and 87a. Has black, red, yellow, white, blue wires. Black one is smaller gauge than the rest if it matters? Got the 3 amp fuse and holder the instructions call for as well. So mount the pump on 45' angle like the instructions suggest, black wire grounds pump and then red runs to fuse holder, then fuse to which wire on the relay?
Folks, I am brand spanking new to the Red Power world, though Dad raised me up on an F12 that I could never crank start. That’s another story though. I just acquired a 52 Super C and need to ask for advice on several issues. 1. Fuel. I’ve read that ethanol laced, non-leaded gasoline can be harmful. Are there additives that ought to be added to today’s gasoline to reduce this problem? 2. In a similar vein, what type of motor oil would you folks recommend? 3. Similar question as to hydraulic fluid? Thinking out loud: I am going to rebuild the carburetor. I do not know the type since the carburetor appears to have been painted over by a previous owner. First step would be to disassemble the unit and clean it up. Then give it a try. If the tractor likes this, stop and go no further. Otherwise, rebuild the current carburetor with a good kit. Are there any suggestions as to which kit to use? (Dad used kerosene as a cleaning fluid. What do you folks use in today’s world?) If this fails, replace the carburetor. Again, recommendations as to which kit? Lots of questions on my part. However, any suggestions or recommendations will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
This one is complicated. at least for me. Engine running in both pictures. Key Off Above The Coolant Temp and Fuel gauge will not work with the key ON but the fuel gauge works with key OFF. Temp gauge only worked for 2 days. have another posting on the issue Fuel Gauge is Correct. main tank almost empty auxiliary full Key On Below Any Thoughts will be appreciated.