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Stationary Engines Discussion Forum

Lister Diesel 2-cylinder

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Tramway Guy

07-26-2011 12:30:03
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Volunteered to repair a ST2 Lister Air-cooled Diesel, built in mid-1980's. Complaint was leaking from rear crankshaft seal. Looks like it has Fuel in the oil. I removed the valve covers and the side covers, and pressurized the fuel lines but can see no leaks anywhere. Any place else that fuel can get into the crankcase? I also looked at the fuel pump (camshaft operated) and no leak there, either.
Did not run it. But the return lines at the top looks like bird-poop brazing all over. But no visible leaks that I can find there. Possibly when it gets warm it will leak? Am I missing anywhere else? I don't think the high-pressure lines are the leak because if they were, it would miss, I would think.

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daivd walkley

07-31-2011 03:34:34
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 Re: Lister Diesel 2-cylinder in reply to Tramway Guy, 07-26-2011 12:30:03  
if the fuel line to the injector is ok the only one other place for fuel to leak in is though the fuel injection pumps running off the cam shaft or a very dribbley injector.



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noncompos

07-30-2011 22:51:27
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 Re: Lister Diesel 2-cylinder in reply to Tramway Guy, 07-26-2011 12:30:03  
If still looking for info, search smokstak for poster who posts as "listerdiesel"; he should be able to help. Good luck.



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