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These glow plugs and intake heater were removed from a 12V MDJE. They all tested fine when connected to my jumper pack. Great to have as spares because you know how hard these can be to start with one defective heater. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B%3Dd70f%2Bf52%3E-146feaf4c9d-0x11e-
This is the pipe for the left-side fuel injector. It is for the style of pump shown in photo#2. Only the single tube is included in this auction.
These linkage parts are from an MDJE that I am parting out. Included is the spring-loaded rod. Governor spring, pivot from the injection pump, one ball end and ball and the stop for the linkage assembly.
These two injectors came as spares for my MDJE generator. One of them has a loose cap on the back. So I have to assume that it at least needs to have the pop pressure set. I did take it apart and all of the parts from the factory diagram are still inside, including the brass crush washers. The other one is still tightly assembled and sealed with the white Onan marine paint. Two retainers and their associated bolts are included, but only one heat shield.
This is the mechanical fuel pump that I removed from an MDJE that is being parted out. The engine was running 5 years ago when the genset head died. The parts have been stored inside since then. This was working when it stopped. But I can't guarantee the condition now. The arm and foot that ride on the camshaft are not broken. This model has the priming lever.
This is the bracket that held the shut-down solenoid on an MDJE that I am parting out. It should fit the whole family of these generators with the solenoid that sits horizontally and pushes down for shut-off. Please match it to your existing generator.
These return pipes were removed from an MDJE that had the generator end fail. They looks to be in very nice condition.
This intake manfiold was removed from an MDJE that had the generator end fail. It looks to be in very nice condition. It will of course need a new gasket. But the flanges are in great condition and the heater hole threads are not damaged.
This valve cover was removed from an MDJE that had the generator end fail. It looks to be in very nice condition. It will of course need a new gasket. But the inside oil pipe is in great condition.
This governor and overspeed switch was removed from an MDJE that had the generator end fail. It was working fine when the generator died. And it looks to be in very nice condition. The weights move freely, and the plunger on the end of the governor shaft is free to ride on its spring. The overspeed switch has points/ contacts that have material left so they should be adjustable for your generator.
This exhaust manifold and elbow were from an MDJE that I am parting out. It doesn't appear to have any cracks. And the coolant tube holds coolant without leaking through to the exhaust side.