Will Not Start after Manitanance

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  1. dudeman2009

    dudeman2009 Senior Member

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    The numbers on the keyway are specific.

    Position keyway into pump shaft with arrow pointed to rear of pump. Also be sure 3–digit number stamped to top of keyway is same as 3–digit number stamped to injection pump data plate.
     
  2. eastbayboy

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    Gents, Thanks for all the past help. Had to take a break from the truck but we are back trying to get it working

    My son pulled the injector pump out again and found the key to be a bit buggered up. So, we are looking to replace the key. The pump part # is R5019658AD and that comes up as a Mopar part number. The general part number for the key is 5013000AA. Then there are specific key part numbers where the last two zeros are replace (ex. 5013026AA). I assume the last two number equate to what is physically stamped on the key. My key has 025 stamped on it. There is no Cummins dealer in the area only a Dodge Ram dealership. The Ram dealer said there is no 5013025AA in the system.
    Also there is no key number stamped on the pump itself.

    My question is do the last two numbers correspond to the stamped key number or is it something else. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  3. eastbayboy

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    Had to take a break for work but I am back trying to start my sons truck again with no luck as yet.

    Now when I try to start the engine I am getting white smoke out of the exhaust. Is the white smoke progress???
     
  4. dudeman2009

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    Smoke is something burning. Oil usually.

    As far as the key goes, unless you get one of their techs that knows anything about diesels, you are talking to a brick wall. No offense to them, but they just aren't trained to know anything about them.

    Sometimes the key number is stamped into the keyway on the shaft.

    To get a replacement key contact Pensacola Diesel, they do full rebuilds and have the vp44 pump keys in stock. They will be able to tell you exactly where to look and how to do the install over the phone. They will also send you a new key for a decent price. Some people dont like their work, but the keys are pretty foolproof.

    Just make sure you take care when installing the pump to get everything lined up properly. It may take a couple minutes of cranking to get everything running properly. Well at least on the Cummins that go in the Semis after a full rebuild.
     

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