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1030 oil leak

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Mattlf9

09-14-2020 20:32:17




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My 1030 all of a sudden started leaking engine oil out of the #1 exhaust port.

Everything looks good on top, no visible cracks, valve guide looks good, no vertical crack.
Has anybody experienced an issue like this before?
Is the guide pressed through an oil passage on these heads?

Thanks for any help.




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casecollectorsc

09-15-2020 06:40:32




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 Re: 1030 oil leak in reply to Mattlf9, 09-14-2020 20:32:17  
Use an infrared thermometer and point it at each exhaust port. The coolest one would be suspect to a bad injector.



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Mattlf9

09-15-2020 07:27:15




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 Re: 1030 oil leak in reply to casecollectorsc, 09-15-2020 06:40:32  
IR thermometer shows even temp across all 6 cylinders.
I pulled the #1 injector, pop tested at 2175 psi, very little leak down.

This has been the best starting 30 series tractor I've ever had, starts right up like a gas at 50F.



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Dieseltech

09-15-2020 04:21:04




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 Re: 1030 oil leak in reply to Mattlf9, 09-14-2020 20:32:17  
Sounds like wet stacking to me. Diesel exhaust temp is much cooler than gas engines at idle/light load use. Try working it harder, I'll bet it clears up under heavy load.



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Mattlf9

09-15-2020 05:25:34




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 Re: 1030 oil leak in reply to Dieseltech, 09-15-2020 04:21:04  
I'll give it a shot and see what happens, but it doesn't smell anything like fuel.



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Mattlf9

09-14-2020 21:21:53




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 Re: 1030 oil leak in reply to Mattlf9, 09-14-2020 20:32:17  
Forgot to add, the engine doesn't smoke at all, no blue haze, runs perfectly clean.
I have practically no blow by, no loss of compression on that cylinder either, no knocking to speak of.
Just a little over 100 hours on a major overhaul, heads are crack free remans.



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