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Hard starting AC 180 tractor

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06-20-2000 04:37:43

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My good friend has a 180 with 2300 hrs. on it it does not like to start even in the summer you hart to either it I have never worked on AC's we have checked the basics but i suspect a week injector pump.How do you test it without taking it off and spending alot on it at a shop and still may have the same problem?

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06-21-2000 20:36:30

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 Re: Hard starting AC 180 tractor in reply to SHOCKLEY, 06-20-2000 04:37:43  
My AC 190XT Diesel and my JD 4430 are both the same way, I have to give them a small shot of either when I start them first time for the day. After that they are OK. The AC wont start even if I use the man heater, just smoke a lot. Just dont use the heater and either togeather,as you will get a nasty suprise,KABOOM!! Bill

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06-20-2000 09:01:42

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 Re: Hard starting AC 180 tractor in reply to SHOCKLEY, 06-20-2000 04:37:43  
first thinge is to get the manifold heater working the 180/185 are a hard starting engine even with new pump and injectors if he has been using either for a long time even with the manifold heater it will be hard to start ps. don't use either with the heather!!!!

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