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Re: MF 65 diesel

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05-01-2013 23:32:10

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Are we talking black or blue smoke here?
Black smoke would indicate an excess fuel problem and/or some sort of restriction on the air intake side. Blue smoke neally always relates to an oil control problem. Let us know which, and we can talk you thru some ideas, Evan.

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05-02-2013 20:34:27

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 Re: MF 65 diesel in reply to Masseynut(Australia), 05-01-2013 23:32:10  
Definitely black smoke. It has an oil bath air cleaner, which I have rinsed out the mesh element, cleaned out the sump and refilled with fresh oil to the fill mark. Injectors are who knows how old, and my father-in-law is not sure whether the injector pump was rebuilt or not when he went through the engine. Thanks.

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Roy in UK

05-03-2013 00:03:55

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 Re: MF 65 diesel in reply to trkpny, 05-02-2013 20:34:27  
It sounds to me like the injectors are shot and the fuel pump needs a service. I would be tempted to take the air intake manifold off and check that too.

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05-03-2013 02:51:18

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 Re: MF 65 diesel in reply to Roy in UK, 05-03-2013 00:03:55  
I'd be disconnecting the fuel pipe to the thermostart glow plug on the intake manifold as well, and giving it a run.
If these units fail, it can "flood" the intake with fuel on initial start-up, and if they fail big time, leak excessive amounts of fuel while the engine is running. Do as Roy has suggested and run the engine with the intake piping disconnected. The "bowl" gauze may be clean, but I have seen the upper section choked to the maximum, and causing excessive restriction as well. let us know your progress, Evan.

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05-04-2013 20:17:27

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 Re: MF 65 diesel in reply to Masseynut(Australia), 05-03-2013 02:51:18  
Thanks Guys. I'll start with the simple and go from there!

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