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Jason, Another YTer here on the Forum told me this trick to get a IH Dsl to start.......
1.. get hood off!
2.. remove rubber hose between Air-cleaner and Intake
3.. get a 1qt oil squirt can w/ trigger pump, mix 50/50 gasoline and Dsl. Shoot and goodly amt into the intake (a large portion will go into #3 & #4 cylinders, will some lesser into #2 & #4 cylinders, and lesser yet in #1 & #6. Add a good dose of ether (only if you Glow plug system is suspect!!!! Do not use Glow plugs at all!! )
4 do step 3 while turning the engine over it should start in a little while.
I did this with a D282 IH Dsl and res-erected , a presumed dead 706 from the dead! Hope this helps!
I had broke prime by putting new Filters on and such!
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