Posted by L. Johnson on May 15, 2013 at 06:21:04 from (126.96.36.199):
On our 2-135, there is quite a bit of oil coming out the front of the engine. I got after it with a pressure washer yesterday and cleaned it down to the paint. I ran it hard a few hours getting fields ready and then checked it and it looks like the oil is coming from a hose or fitting that goes into the head right above the waterpump housing. The blast from the fan basically paints the whole engine so it is a little hard to pinpoint the origin. It looks dry around the front seal, which is where I thought the leak was from originally. It looks like the hose is about 1/4" and it runs along the block and looks like it goes into the back of the rear head. Is this part of the oiling system for the rockers or something? I guess I could order the parts new, but is it just common hydraulic hose? I have not seen a similar hose on other diesels.
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