Re: Re: D-17air cells in reply to JonWI, 10-19-2002 20:22:31
the air cells are are what generates heat during compression to ignite the fuel. each cylinder has an air cell it straight across from the injector. look on the top right side of the head you should be able to see the strap clamps one on each cell they are held in place by studs remove those and there will be a round disk remove it and the cells have threads in side. screw a bolt into it and pull straight out you might need to use a slide hammer to break it loose. the small end should have a smooth taper down to a small hole if it pitted out of round it is probably bad. what i'm trying to find out is what size hole is to large to work properly. hope this helps todd
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