If your governor ring has disentegrated the engine will NOT maintain a steady RPM- it will constantly be speeding up and slowing down. Something is out of adjustment if you have to apply pressure to the throttle to get it to shut off. The connecting bar should NOT pop off. My 861D has been snorting white/gray smoke constantly for about 10 years or more but it still does what I ask of it so I don't worry. Your oil leak is in the area that could be either the rear seal in the engine or a leaking transmission input shaft seal.
Re: 841 won't start fuel injector? in reply to Texas!, 06-06-2013 18:06:35
I won't try and bug you too much about these leaks and smoke.
I am more concerned with this bar popping off now. I don't think the governor ring is bad as the tractor RPM remains constant. Is there some sort of adjustment I can make to the throttle or do you think it is a mechanical issue with alignment? The throttle bars do not look bent or out shape by any means.
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