Hi Jarrod, it was great to make contact today and your pics have helped out already with where and how a bracket fits. Hope the pics I sent you resolve some of your questions and we both learnt that there is a spring on the govenor arm linkage across to the injector. The more time I spend at this end and with help I am slowly working this bugga out.
I started on the injector this afternoon. It was caked in sticky stuff similar to resin as if if it sat under a tree. Then found that it continued inside. Plunger not moving and the 2 small holes in the injector cap blocked solid. I managed to get the punger out of the top and nice and free and then using the cleaners I have for cleaning out my spray gun nozzle along with some very much undersized drill bits by hand. The cleaning things I have are not like oxy accetylene tip cleaners but are various sized bits of twisted wire and only work there way through the hole with out doing any damage or boring it out oversized.
Now down inside the bottom half of the injector is another metering needle and it is stuck fast and out of reach of my long nose pliers so I have all of that soaking in paint thinners for now to hopefully disolve the resin like stuff. Open for any other ideas please to get this needle out.
G'Day Davo,Cobba, jump onto fleabay and invest in an ultrasonic cleaner. The cheap ones like the one posted below do a good job of cleaning up small fiddly bits. Fuel injector shops use industrial versions to clean injectors during the rebuilding process.
If you don't want to dirty up your big ultrasonic tank with an injector, put the injector, along with some solvent in a plastic bag and immerse it in the ultrasonic tank. Make sure the injector is fully immersed in the solvent inside of the bag. The ultrasonic waves will go right through the bag. Seal the bag up and Bob's yer uncle!G'Day Davo,
As it happens I have a rather large version of said ultrasonic tank cleaners. It measures 2.6 metres long x 0.300 wide and is used for my business of cleaning blinds. My issue is cleaning it out after using it to do an injector as I dont want it to bugger the next cleaning job. Food for thought and thanks for bringing it it to my attention. The tanks also works best with detergents designed for certain jobs usually.