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Re: stuck motor on a 190

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03-26-2013 18:45:06

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Gas or diesel??? In my area the 190XT at best brings around $2500 in good running shape. So unless that has very very good tires and a cab etc seems a tad bit high. But again being gas or diesel makes a difference also and if diesel and stuck could well cost a grand or more to fix since the injector pumps on them are known to get bad seals which is turn locks up the engine and the cost to rebuild can be $800 plus

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03-26-2013 21:49:04

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 Re: stuck motor on a 190 in reply to old, 03-26-2013 18:45:06  
Its a diesel. So the pump locks up wich locks the motor up. correct me if im wrong.

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03-27-2013 09:21:26

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 Re: stuck motor on a 190 in reply to montanakid1992, 03-26-2013 21:49:04  
No the pump being a rhooser master pump it does not lock up but the seals go bad dumping raw diesel fuel in the cylinders which is turn thins out the oil and that in turn causes the engine to lock up. BTDT on a 190XT. Cost me a tad over $800 the have the injector pump rebuilt. In the mine time I pulled the injectors out and filled each cylinder with turpentine and let it sit a few days. Then I set a big 12 volt battery on and hit the starter button. My big mistake was to leave the injector sitting in the engine but not in tight and I had to chase 2 or 3 of them because that engine spun over. Installed injector pump bled the air out and she run like a dream. Sold it because it was way to much tractor for 44 acres of farm

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03-27-2013 11:52:11

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 Re: stuck motor on a 190 in reply to old, 03-27-2013 09:21:26  
Thank you for explaining that to me. i thought i could get him to go down.on the price cause he's had it for awhile. and just fill the cylinders up with atf or diesel, maybe if I by it I'll try turpentine.

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03-27-2013 12:03:08

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 Re: stuck motor on a 190 in reply to montanakid1992, 03-27-2013 11:52:11  
Yep turpentine for diesels and ATF for gas engines or a mix of them

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