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Starting A D19 Diesel ??

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VC/TX

03-12-2008 22:02:45




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just bought me a allis D19 diesel,can anyone tell me how long do I push the Manifold Heater switch & how long do I hold it down for,to start the tractor when it's cold & if it's best to put the throttle lever at have way or all the way when starting this tractor any advice would be appreciated




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acdave

03-14-2008 12:09:02




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 Re: Starting A D19 Diesel ?? in reply to VC/TX, 03-12-2008 22:02:45  
my 170 of course has the perkins diesel was a hard starter until i replaced the head gasket and rebuilt the injectors now is almost starts as good as a gas



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kim V P

03-13-2008 18:15:26




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 Re: Starting A D19 Diesel ?? in reply to VC/TX, 03-12-2008 22:02:45  
old A C just start hard. If I take my 210 or 220
to the county fair in July and someone walks past
with a snowcone ,It will not start.



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Goose

03-13-2008 12:27:13




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 Re: Starting A D19 Diesel ?? in reply to VC/TX, 03-12-2008 22:02:45  
Forget about that manifold heater and give it a whiff of ether.

I park my D19 diesel in November and forget about it till March or April.



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Dale(MO)

03-13-2008 15:41:51




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 Re: Starting A D19 Diesel ?? in reply to Goose, 03-13-2008 12:27:13  
If you like buying rings and reman heads, go with the ether. The manifold heater on my HD3 (D175 diesel - same as D-19, minus 2 cylinders), will heat for easy starts down to around 10-15 below 0, I know for sure. After all the money I"ve spent rebuilding that engine, I wouldn"t dream of using ether. I figure if it"s so cold it won"t start, then it"s too cold to be working - stay in by the fire!

Just my $.02

Dale(MO)

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TexasAllis

03-13-2008 06:17:22




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 Re: Starting A D19 Diesel ?? in reply to VC/TX, 03-12-2008 22:02:45  
My dad was an Allis dealer back in the 70's and 80's. I remember him talking about the D-19 being a notoriously hard stater. Be sure the batteries are good, all wire connections are clean and tight and the stater in good working order.



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Jack a

03-13-2008 04:33:22




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 Re: Starting A D19 Diesel ?? in reply to VC/TX, 03-12-2008 22:02:45  
Hold the heater on for about a minute. Make sure you have real good batteries and that the starter is in real good shape as it has to turn fast. My 190 was getting hard to start and needed to be plugged in under 50 degrees. Put in two new 1000 CCA batteries and now it will start pretty easily at 35 degrees without plugging in. My 7050 had a weak starter but you couldn't tell until my brother bought his 7030 and his started real easy. It spun over faster. My 7050 had a new starter but it wasn't spinning fast enough. Had it rebuilt again and it starts without plugging in down to 35 degrees or so.

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VC/TX

03-14-2008 18:26:52




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 Re: Starting A D19 Diesel ?? in reply to Jack a, 03-13-2008 04:33:22  
thanks for all the info,it"s starting great sent it warmed up to over 80 degrees today



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