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MF-TO-35 diesel question

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01-28-2014 09:49:28

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i just bought a MF-TO-35 and i am wondering about this cap

well, i tried to upload a pic, but it won't work. it says it has to be jpg etc... and it is and i even tried to add another jpg and now 20 mins later it's still trying to continue. soo... anyway... i'll try to describe it. it's on the left side of the motor, it looks like it's connected to the ( injector pump ? ) it's aluminum and it has a circle that says "recomended oils" and then other lettering on it, mobiloil and duckmans are the only 2 i can read, it feels like it is spring loaded or on a spring somehow. so i am wondering is that where the oil goes in ? and how do i take it off without breaking it ?

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01-28-2014 11:43:33

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 Re: MF-TO-35 diesel question in reply to jennifer408, 01-28-2014 09:49:28  
[quote="Dieseltech"](reply to post at 12:29:15 01/28/14) [/quote

ok,thank you :)]

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01-28-2014 10:56:53

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 Re: MF-TO-35 diesel question in reply to jennifer408, 01-28-2014 09:49:28  
Yes, is oil fill cap on Standard 23C Diesel engine. Have one just like it.

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01-28-2014 11:13:39

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 Re: MF-TO-35 diesel question in reply to Dieseltech, 01-28-2014 10:56:53  
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great !!! how do i remove it without breaking it ? i want to pull on it, but i don't want to break it :) thanks, sorry i am completely clueless.

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01-28-2014 11:29:15

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 Re: MF-TO-35 diesel question in reply to jennifer408, 01-28-2014 11:13:39  
Cap is spring loaded to stay on the tube. To add oil just lift the cap slightly and slide over the side of the tube,then you can add oil. Mine works best sliding down about the 6 o clock position.

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01-28-2014 10:23:15

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 Re: MF-TO-35 diesel question in reply to jennifer408, 01-28-2014 09:49:28  
might be 4 cyl dysl. 23c if so that is for adding oil only.

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01-28-2014 22:46:15

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 Re: MF-TO-35 diesel question in reply to jfannin, 01-28-2014 10:23:15  
The 3 cylinder Perkins also has the oil filler by the injection pump but it just on similar to a rad. cap.

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