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Re: 1975 4500ind diesel

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07-02-2013 06:24:03

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small line to glow plug on front of intake manifold near radiator.

Are you sure its not coming from.....

power steering pump?

engine mounted hydraulic pump?

both of which will pump fluid into engine crankcase.

or a dribbling injector?

or you have another leaking pump seal.
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07-02-2013 06:39:26

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 Re: 1975 4500ind diesel in reply to sotxbill, 07-02-2013 06:24:03  
its diesel fuel for sure, whats the fuel return line go to? from the top of injectors to some doodad then the tank, the "doodad" has 3 lines on it, didnt follow the 3rd one yet, does it feed cold start system?

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 Re: 1975 4500ind diesel in reply to alstractor, 07-02-2013 06:39:26  
The 'doodad' is a small reservoir. There should be a line from there to the thermostart unit in the front of the intake manifold. Swing the battery tray out and look down on the inside of the manifold near the rubber connection. Actually... remove the rubber and look in to see if there's any fuel running inside the manifold. If there is... replace the thermostart bulb. They're mabey 40 bucks or something. Not that expensive and well worth having.


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