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Re: WD engine problems

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sHan

01-19-2003 11:41:50




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maybe two much oil? just a thought...




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Tom

01-19-2003 17:44:26




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 Re: Re: WD engine problems in reply to sHan, 01-19-2003 11:41:50  
Take the large plug out of the side of the engine that is near the dipstick. Behind it is a spring, and the relief valfe piston for the oil pump. If is is stuck closed you could have too much oil pressure. Also, if the filter isn't right it could cause a no flow through the filter situation, which would raise oil pressure some, but I don't think much as only about 1/6 of the oil goes through the filter. Too much oil would not cause a rise in pressure, but it could cause it to blow by the rings maybe and blow out the exhaust. Is the head draining back ok or is it plugged with sludge? Take off valve cover and see if oil can drain back around the pushrods ok. I don't think this would be the problem, it would take a lot of oil up there to run down the valve stems and spit out the exhaust. Do a compression check and see if maybe you have some broken rings?

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Gordon

01-19-2003 19:27:08




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 Re: Re: Re: WD engine problems in reply to Tom, 01-19-2003 17:44:26  
Check the air cleaner for ice in cup.I also saw the key shear on the cam or crank it has been 20 years ago the engine was dead then.I have one now to check this one is dead.



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