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Re: Injector issues...diagnosis

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steve terplak

09-02-2013 05:21:47

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Get back to running on 3 cyl with no blow by...what is the next step from there? Problem seems to not have followed injector...

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09-02-2013 05:55:38

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 Re: Injector issues...diagnosis in reply to steve terplak, 09-02-2013 05:21:47  
compression check.

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09-02-2013 06:56:49

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 Re: Injector issues...diagnosis in reply to rustred, 09-02-2013 05:55:38  
Taking a compression test on a diesel engine can be dangerous if you do not know how or do not have the right equipment. I suspect that your problem is with the ejector pump and not just one cylinder. A weak pump will cause the problems you have described. Take it to a pro.

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The JD workmen

09-02-2013 07:28:47

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 Re: Injector issues...diagnosis in reply to 2badlybent, 09-02-2013 06:56:49  
If your having trouble with getting the copper washer out take a round file that fits the center of the copper washer and give it a slight twist and pull it out. Once you have the copper washer out feel both side edge with your finger. One edge should be sharp like a 90 degree edge and the other side should feel rounded over that is the side that should face down into the bore. The reason for this is the when the hole for the injector is cut it leaves a small radius at the bottom of the hole.

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