Posted by robert major on April 02, 2014 at 14:03:40 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: new guy posted by joshh67 on April 01, 2014 at 15:52:59:
Hi Welcome to the world of old tractors. Hope you have some good fun and stay safe doing it. I seem to think a dexta should have a 12 volt glow plug/ fuel heater starting aid, in the inlet manifold to assist with cold starts. it should be activated by a big horn type push button on the dash panel, the element will be screwed into the intake manifold and should have a big heavy gauge wire on it, and maybe a small fuel line on there as well to feed diesel into the fire. when the heaters used. I think That motor should be indirect injection. that's probably why it starts better when warm. It needs the heat in the cylinder head to get the diesel to burn properly during injection and compression. Been about 25 years since i had a wrench on a dexta. Will be a good little tractor if everything works like it should. Regards Robert
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