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Kylegazda

05-29-2014 14:25:14




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I have a case 995 and it keeps blowing oil and white smoke out of the blow by tube and dip stick. I Changed the oil and cleaned the breather hose but it still keeps doing it. Is it bad rings or what? I also found some small metal shavings in my oil filter.




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Kylegazda

05-30-2014 15:43:22




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 Re: Case 995 Blow By in reply to Kylegazda, 05-29-2014 14:25:14  
I know it's not anti freeze cause it's never used any at all since I've had it.



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Kylegazda

05-30-2014 15:41:52




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 Re: Case 995 Blow By in reply to Kylegazda, 05-29-2014 14:25:14  
I"ve never used ether on it and I bought it used we had it for a year before it started doing this then one day when I was running the brush hog it just started it and it"s sat. I took the breather lines off and cleaned them and it fixed it then the problem came back again so I don"t know what it"s doing.



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RGMartin

05-30-2014 05:57:23




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 Re: Case 995 Blow By in reply to Kylegazda, 05-29-2014 14:25:14  
In the case of a DB, the white smoke is usually atomized oil that the exhaust gasses picked up off the rocker arms on its way out the breather.



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Doc Larry

05-30-2014 03:51:16




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 Re: Case 995 Blow By in reply to Kylegazda, 05-29-2014 14:25:14  
White smoke is often antifreeze. If you have any gelatin like stuff on the dipstick or inside the breather cap, you have a cracked head or head gasket problem as well..... ..



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Adirondack case guy

05-29-2014 15:17:38




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 Re: Case 995 Blow By in reply to Kylegazda, 05-29-2014 14:25:14  
As Rich said, it sounds like an ether adict.
All DBs with operating thermo-start would start in most any condition, as long as the Bat. is in good condition. The Thermo-start is a mini blow torch located in the intake manifold, fueled by diesel fuel from the tank, and ignited by a electric heating coil. No reason to use ether if the system is maintained.
Loren



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RGMartin

05-29-2014 14:49:57




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 Re: Case 995 Blow By in reply to Kylegazda, 05-29-2014 14:25:14  
9 chances in 10 is that it has broken pistons and rings. Most likely cause is that someone used ether on the poor thing.



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