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830CK Breather condensation (blow by tube) causes?

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05-12-2010 09:42:46

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What is the cause of condensation coming out of the breather tube (blow by tube)? After running to warm up and shutting down there is a very small amount of water droplets that form at the exit of the tube. (just a drop or two).

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05-12-2010 21:36:37

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 Re: 830CK Breather condensation (blow by tube) causes? in reply to JGarner, 05-12-2010 09:42:46  
Thanks rip, that sure eases my mind. No milky oil in this tractor.


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05-12-2010 10:56:10

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 Re: 830CK Breather condensation (blow by tube) causes? in reply to tluchterhandt, 05-12-2010 09:42:46  
When fuel burns, one of the by products is water. Have you ever noticed water comming out of the tail pipe of a car on a cold day? A little bit of this water will get into the oil of any engine. Usually this water is evaporated out of the oil as steam before it turns into water. A little water from the breather is no reason to worry. Milky colored oil, worry!

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J Heitkemper

05-13-2010 03:31:28

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 Re: 830CK Breather condensation (blow by tube) causes? in reply to rlp, 05-12-2010 10:56:10  
Agreed . when tractor has set on level a week or more open oil pan drain and check for slightest few drops of water .holler back if that is occuring !.... I assume 830 has been winter time setting... More than likely cooking the moisture out , Probably using abnormally more oil too.. (My 4020 DEERE uses couple qts before settling in the rings . then it acts like a durn normal jd )... HOWEVER , if you suspect problems caused by something gone or DONE wrong and or neglected ...AND ,are hoping for a miracle cure to vindicate you ... WATCH THAT OIL CLOSELY.. when hot and running , if the radiato is spewing out the top: ,blown headgasket OR WORSE ,teardown .and fix immediatly

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