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Re: 820 belarus 3 point??

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Posted by Robert Major on August 09, 2013 at 19:24:38 from (

In Reply to: Re: 820 belarus 3 point?? posted by farmallday on August 09, 2013 at 06:42:23:

It could be the water pump bearings went south and the fan hit the rad. seen that a few times. head gaskets can fail sometimes and ive seen the odd cracked head. Nothing real unusual that doesn't happen to any motor in any tractor to watch for really.
Make sure there is no oil floating in the rad top, and no water in the engine oil( white oil/ creamy white stripes)Run her up and make sure it don"t boil or blow water out the rad.
If ya real interested before starting it loosen the sump plug, to the last thread or so. Then see if antifreeze/ water drips out before oil. that can tell you a thing or to as well.
I"ve seen some antifreeze mix that sat in the bottom and didn"t color the oil. was kinda a surprise when a gallon of green came out before the oil.
Check for diesel in the oil as well, Ive seen the odd one where the primer pump leaks fuel internally into the motor through the injector pump and down into the crank case!
Regards Robert


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