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Howdy brooksbendfarm, welcome to the tractor forum. Your tractor's numbers translate as follows:

Model CA414D = Ford 3910 tractor, diesel engine, independent PTO 540 rpm, 8x4 speed synchromesh transmission.
Mfg. Date 6E14B = May 14, 1986. Day shift.
Serial Number C761550 : Made in USA. S/N is consistent with May 1986 manufacture.

That's your injection pump in the picture. A new pump will cost you $700-$800. You better know what you are doing before removing it from the tractor. Get a service manual for your tractor and study/learn the procedure.

I would clean it up right where it is, on the tractor, and determine where it is leaking. Quite often, it is the top cover seals leaking. You can get a top cover seal kit for less than $10.
 

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Hi UD,
I agree. It is simple if you know what you are doing. But I've had more than one try to wrestle the pump out without pulling the gear. And in one case the timing was off by 2 teeth when he got it back together.
 
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