Topic: Re: 175 engine problems
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Diesels run much cooler at idle or light loads, and can have "exhaust slobber". Raising water temp can help. What temp thermostat is in it, if 160, a 180 will help. If engine runs and pulls well on a dyno, run it. It may need more run time to fully seat the rings. Also critical is how much below the head surface all valve faces are, this will lower the compression, make cold starting worse, and exhaust will drip cold too if valves are sunk in head too far. The closer to flush the better, but specs are in shop manuals.
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