Fuel to power the engine is pumped out of the fuel tank by an engine-mounted
fuel injector pump.
The engine fuel system consists of one fuel injector pump, one injector per
cylinder, fuel lines, a primary fuel filter, and a fuel filter/water separator.
The engine is governed by fuel injector pump built-in governor. The system
controls idle speed and limits engine maximum speed. The driver controls engine speed
through the position of the foot pedal assembly.
Fuel filters am spin-on types. The primary fuel filter has a water drain. The fuel
filter/water separator has a hand fuel primer pump and a water drain.
Fuel may be drained from the tank through the drain port located on the bottom
of the tank.
There is an ether quick-start system for use in cold weather. It is manually
controlled via a pushbutton on the instrument panel in the cab.