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2000 -4cly fuel in oil

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04-20-2014 18:01:27

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just got a 4cly 2000 today I think it a 1962 SOS,,pull the dip stick fuel and oil mix come pouring out so dose that mean the pump is bad or is there a seal to replace I think it saids roseamaster on the pump be not sure and my manual dose not show the diesel tractor only gas,,, have not tried to start it yet,,thanks cdv

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04-20-2014 18:44:38

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 Re: 2000 -4cly fuel in oil in reply to cdv, 04-20-2014 18:01:27  
The 4 cylinder diesels have 2 common leakage prone areas: the umbrella seals on the pump driveshaft and the soldered excess fuel return line under the valve cover.

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04-20-2014 18:43:40

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 Re: 2000 -4cly fuel in oil in reply to cdv, 04-20-2014 18:01:27  
There are threads on this if you search. However, in a nut shell, you have input shaft seals out in your pump or injector or return line leakage under the valve cover. Or possibly all of the above.

Edit: do not attempt to run that engine with that much fuel dilution in the crankcase!
This post was edited by Larry NCKS at 18:45:08 04/20/14.

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