Was spraying with 970 Diesel Powershift the other night, when it started hammering, I had noticed more blow-by earlier, but blamed that on still having winter fuel. Pulled to the end of the field and pulled fuel off. Shut down then boom, and smoke rolled under hood and into cab. It had built up pressure in crankcase and the boom was the dipstick blowing out, releasing pressure. Let her cool down, and sounds ok, but still seems to be building up pressure. Any ideas? Plugged oil galley? Help will be appreciated.
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