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1650 diesel exhaust leak or timing off?

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Cleon Couey

11-09-2017 19:54:55




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Neighbor complains that excessive exhaust fumes are result of incorrect timing.Tractor skips on start up but gets better after warming up. I will check the timing and check for manifold leaks. Thoughts?




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Married2Allis

11-10-2017 10:03:47




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 Re: 1650 diesel exhaust leak or timing off? in reply to Cleon Couey, 11-09-2017 19:54:55  
Injector pump timing off when cold?



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oliver90owner

11-09-2017 23:33:05




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 Re: 1650 diesel exhaust leak or timing off? in reply to Cleon Couey, 11-09-2017 19:54:55  
"Skips on start up..." . That indicates a problem other than a leaky manifold, to me.



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Cleon Couey

11-10-2017 06:46:18




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 Re: 1650 diesel exhaust leak or timing off? in reply to oliver90owner, 11-09-2017 23:33:05  
I told him it may be faulty injector.



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Dieseltech

11-10-2017 09:50:59




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 Re: 1650 diesel exhaust leak or timing off? in reply to Cleon Couey, 11-10-2017 06:46:18  
I'd suspect compression and/or timing. A bad injector won't work right either hot or cold, so if it gets better as engine heat rises, won't be an injector..



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MikeinKy

11-10-2017 18:36:57




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 Re: 1650 diesel exhaust leak or timing off? in reply to Dieseltech, 11-10-2017 09:50:59  
My 1650 diesel doesn't run real well when started cold. but always smooths out when ran a few minutes. It has always been like that.



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Paul V B

11-11-2017 04:20:50




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 Re: 1650 diesel exhaust leak or timing off? in reply to MikeinKy, 11-10-2017 18:36:57  
MikeinKy ours did the same thing but after rebuilding injector pump it runs smooth all the time.We just put up with it for years but then tractor raced upon start up so pump had to get rebuilt.



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