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Re: My international dozer TD 6 Gas to Diesel engine won't.....

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While aj may be right I am inclined to think your float may be stuck in the carb. If you can pour gas in and it runs seems that gas is just not getting past the float. Pretty easy to check ,most of the bowls have a drain if not just remove the bowl and check for gas flow. In any advent if it runs when pouring gas you are almost there can,t take much to get it going. Just be prepared you will work on it as much as you run it if you keep it around.

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02-09-2014 19:58:45

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 Re: My international dozer TD 6 Gas to Diesel engine won't..... in reply to jm., 02-09-2014 09:44:50  
Not sure, but I think if you poured some gas into the intake manifold by the air-cleaner, the engine might run even if the butter fly is closed. On a diesel, the intake would be wide open to cylinders and if the starting valves are open, then I think it would run until it uses up all the gas. So I would still lean to the butter fly not going open. This problem had me fooled for quite a while on my 650 before I figured out what was wrong. I even put in new plugs and pulled it but no fire. Once I got the butter fly to open, it fired up on the starter instantly. Al

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