- Oct 6, 2009
Still working on diagnosing my sky steer. It was kind of late when I started so I didn't get a whole lot done. I checked the voltage that goes to the glow plugs and it's good. I raised the cab to locate the fuel line. Doesn't seem to be quite like you (ajwgator) described. My fuel tank is behind the engine under the hydrostatic pump. I see a couple of hoses that I can get at. I'm guessing one is the suction. I don't see the plate with 4 bolts only hoses and elbows connected to the tank. I'll get back at it tomorrow. I'll trace the hose that goes to the injector pump. I hope I don't screw up. Wish me luck. and thanks for the help, everyone. Very much appreciated.Raise the roll over cage, then there should be two metal plates screwed on top of the fuel tank. One for the fuel gage float/sender and the other one for the fuel line. Mine has four screws holding it on with a 90 degree fitting in the middle of the plate. Remove the 4 screws and life the plate off. That will bring up the fuel line & screen/check valve. Pretty simple really but I don't think the manuals cover it much.
You can check the voltage on your glow plug circuit wire before or after removing the glow plugs. If you have less than battery voltage at the wire that attaches to the glow plug then check it before (going in) and after (coming out) of the relay.