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D-14 Fan Blades

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ron

06-10-2000 15:02:17




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My D-14 has a overheating problem. My father said he thinks they made a 5 blade fan ( mine has 4) that was used to correct this problem. Anyone know if this is correct or has this problem. Also I have been told overheating on 14 is common, any truth in this rummor.




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ron

06-11-2000 14:03:22




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 Re: D-14 Fan Blades in reply to ron, 06-10-2000 15:02:17  
Andy you said after the basics then look at the 5 blade fan. Do you know for sure that AC made a 5 blade fan?



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Andy

06-11-2000 05:56:31




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 Re: D-14 Fan Blades in reply to ron, 06-10-2000 15:02:17  
Overheating can be common in the summer. All the stuff we put off the rest of the year comes home to roost. Stick to the basics, check your cap for pressure- fan belt for tension- water flow in the radiator while the cap is off- leaks from any area- general condition of hoses, belts- coolant level- general cleanliness of engine, radiator- bubbles in radiator coolant while idling,(compression). If any of this stuff needs adjustment do it. After you have done your best to resolve the problem, then look at the 5 blade fan

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Billy

06-21-2000 20:23:43




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 Re: Re: D-14 Fan Blades in reply to Andy, 06-11-2000 05:56:31  
MY D-14 was over heating too. I changed the water pump, had the radator cleaned and changed the cap and belt and it still did it after taking it to a shop I found out that the gauge was not working right



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Rex phoenix

06-11-2000 07:02:11




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 Re: Re: D-14 Fan Blades in reply to Andy, 06-11-2000 05:56:31  
I had a radiator shop add another core. On 110 degree days working the tractor hard the temp. doesnt get over middle of the green.



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John

06-13-2000 13:14:44




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 Re: Re: Re: D-14 Fan Blades in reply to Rex phoenix, 06-11-2000 07:02:11  
I have a different problem. My D14 set for about
6 months. Re charged battery. Attempt to crank engine starter will not turn. It attempts to but will not rotate the 1st time. Cables get quite warm. Any thoughts.



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