Topic: Re: Fiat Allis Track Loader
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Hopefully a quick touch of ether after some amount of cranking will work.. Plans right now are to crank it with the fuel shut off to get some oil up into the turbine bearings first. The Northern Wizard told me he had a couple of new batteries I could borrow, so I figure it might not be a bad idea to turn it over with the starter a few times, if it will without actually starting it before we go for the gold. But I still have to get it off the dirt some to check the crankcase for water first. The electrical system also looks kind of trashy. Someone has had the panel off, and the regulator is hanging off it's bracket by the wires, with one or two broken. We're also going to put a 24 v hot box on it to boost it for starting since the weather has dropped below freezing. As long as the starter still works, she should fire when we cut some fuel in. I don't see a solenoid on the injector pump, so I assume it's a manual cut off from the throttle lever.
Help me here, HECTOR. Is that right? BIG QUESTION- How do you stop it? Fuel lever all the way back?
This thing also has a vernier cable hooked up to the injector pump- maybe to set the tractor speed constant? It's hooked up to the right front top of the injector pump, the throttle lever by the shifter is low and in the middle of the pump body. The vernier cable screws out to pull the lever rearward on the pump and has a push button you push on to put it forward. Be nice to know ahead of time.
We're going up tomorrw for a while, but not to start it. When and if we get it running, I want to be able to load it in one run, and the trailer isn't ready yet. Let you all know how we made out tomrrow.
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