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Roger (Mi)

03-10-2008 05:16:41

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More than likely, the ring landings failed on a couple of the pistons which is causing blowby. The pan can be removed after the front axle is unbolted. This is called an inframe overhaul. Just follow the manual, and you'll have a great running engine.

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Amos Fennell

03-10-2008 10:40:06

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 Re: No need to split in reply to Roger (Mi), 03-10-2008 05:16:41  
RogerMI, thanks, I was pretty sure I could do an inframe on it. I had to run it this morning for a bout four hours and once it was warm it didn't have near as much blowby. I am leaning to a ring problem for sure now. It sure had a lot of blowby for a short time though.

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Amos Fennell

03-10-2008 10:44:42

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 Re: No need to split in reply to Amos Fennell, 03-10-2008 10:40:06  
Just wondering also my book says I could have a 207 or 188 diesel. There is no longer a serial number plate on the engine where it says to look in the manual. How do I tell which engine I have? Do they each use the same sleeve/piston sets, gaskets,etc?

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J Heitkemper

03-10-2008 13:34:13

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 Re: No need to split in reply to Amos Fennell, 03-10-2008 10:44:42  
Try Lucas OIL additives ,, Should free up stuck rings and reset ,,

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