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Case 430 - How long to heat to start

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Paul in On

04-26-2006 10:34:25




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Bought my first disel Case 430. How long above freezing, should it take to heat, on a normal basis? Like 15 secs? Since everything works fine, and I want to keep it that way, should I take out the points and clean them? Paul




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Barney #2

04-29-2006 14:43:02




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 Re: Case 430 - How long to heat to start in reply to Paul in On, 04-26-2006 10:34:25  
I also have a 430 case diesel located in Ont with one glow plug my machine started all winter by turning on glow plug for approximately 20 second and keeping my battery fully charged a very good tractor ..Barney



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Roger (Mi)

04-27-2006 03:58:38




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 Re: What? in reply to Paul in On, 04-26-2006 10:34:25  
Clean what "points" on a diesel? You're going to have difficulity finding points or spark plugs on a diesel since it has neither!
The diesel glow plug to heat the intake air should be activated between 15-60 seconds before cranking the engine in near freezing or freezing weather.



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paul in on

04-27-2006 07:06:30




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 Re: What? in reply to Roger (Mi), 04-27-2006 03:58:38  
okay, didn't realize there was a difference between pints and plugs. Dhould they be taken out and cleaned?



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CK RICHARD

04-27-2006 18:28:06




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 Re: What? in reply to paul in on, 04-27-2006 07:06:30  
If I were you I would find some one I trust to work on your tractor for you . some time what you don't know can hurt you.



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paul in on

04-27-2006 18:54:04




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 Re: What? in reply to CK RICHARD, 04-27-2006 18:28:06  
Only way to learn is to make mistakes and ask questions



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Roger (Mi)

04-28-2006 04:06:25




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 Re: No need to clean glow plug in reply to paul in on, 04-27-2006 18:54:04  
The glow plug/plugs are located in the intake manifold. There is no need to clean. Either it works or it doesn't. The 188 Case diesel (if the engine is in good condition) starts well in cool temps as long as the batteries are charged without using the glow plug.



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