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Case 730 energy cell removal

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DGK

04-13-2020 15:30:02




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Need some tips on removing inner energy cell on head. Soaked but canít get to move, does it take a special tool?




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Klyde

04-15-2020 08:18:55




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 Re: Case 730 energy cell removal in reply to DGK, 04-13-2020 15:30:02  
I always drove them out from the injector hole.



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DGK

04-15-2020 15:53:08




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 Re: Case 730 energy cell removal in reply to Klyde, 04-15-2020 08:18:55  

Thanks for info drove them out today. Thanks again



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nedd

04-13-2020 17:00:13




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 Re: Case 730 energy cell removal in reply to DGK, 04-13-2020 15:30:02  
Not recommended but I actually started and immediately shut down a tractor to blow one out. Shot across the shop pretty fast and dangerously.

Thereís actually a small fine threaded tool used the pull them out. I usually put in the screw/bolt and pry bar to pull them out. Been a while since Iíve done it.



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