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Re: Oil pours from rear of engine on TD 6

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03-27-2014 09:40:03

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Thank you. I will attempt that and see what happens. It may be good to clean the injector. A person told me to clean with diesel only; is that true?

Oh, does anyone know about the oil streaming out from the rear bottom of the engine. I thought it would be the rear main seal; however, when the engine is first started it does not leak much -maybe a drop every 15 - 30 seconds. When the engine is good and warm, or hot the oil streams; like a quart of oil in 3 minutes.

Could it be the oil pan at the rear that is leaking? Read the above on description and feed back will be appreciated. Thanx.
If part of a track is stuck/curved; how may one straighten it?

Thanx again

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03-27-2014 11:36:14

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 Re: Oil pours from rear of engine on TD 6 in reply to thomaskd44, 03-27-2014 09:40:03  

thomaskd44 said: (quoted from post at 12:40:03 03/27/14)
If part of a track is stuck/curved; how may one straighten it?

Thanx again

Drive it into some standing water, it'll loosen the rust in the pins after driving it around a while. Works better than anything else.

I can't help with the oil leak, I'm not familiar with those engines.

Getting the injector rebuilt would be best, IMO.
This post was edited by d9gdon at 11:39:00 03/27/14.

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03-28-2014 21:24:37

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 Re: Oil pours from rear of engine on TD 6 in reply to d9gdon, 03-27-2014 11:36:14  
Thank you for your advice. I remain obliged.

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