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1980 payloader need some advice on engine

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djg12345

02-09-2018 10:20:35




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itís non turbo and itís not original motor .... itís been running great have used it off and on for the 6 months I owned it no more than a hour or 2 at a time ....last night I pushed snow with it for 6hrs or so then it started missing and blowing a little blue / white smoke ....I found he air filter had a lot of snow in it so I blew it out and it ran great again for about 30 mins then started missing and smoking again but this time wasnít the filter.... after I got it back to my shop I notice oil around where exhaust manifold meets engine block .... any idea the problem ?

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The tractor vet

02-10-2018 07:58:50




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 Re: 1980 payloader need some advice on engine in reply to djg12345, 02-09-2018 10:20:35  
I would say that your engine is suffering from internal damage on that one hole that is pumping oil white blue smoke is a sign of incomplete fuel burn due to low compression or at best a bad injector . Now as to the low compression it could be caused by a burnt valve , scored cylinder wall , burnt piston ,could be a blowen head gskt. Diesel engines really don't like water getting in them or being choked off from getting air.

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CWL

02-09-2018 11:14:11




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 Re: 1980 payloader need some advice on engine in reply to djg12345, 02-09-2018 10:20:35  
Possibly the crankcase vent is blocked.



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