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joe

02-10-2001 03:53:59




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I am trying to get my 660D running. Using the glowplugs it starts fairly easy. But it seems to have a miss. I don't hear a whistle so I don't think it's valves. Any ideas on what to try next? Thanks Joe




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David Saville

02-10-2001 18:44:23




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 Re: D282 in reply to joe, 02-10-2001 03:53:59  
You did not say if the miss clears up after it runs for a bit. If it does you have one dead glow plug. Take all the wires off and hook up one at a time and try it. When the glow plug guage does not move you have found the dead one.



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Red Man

02-10-2001 10:33:15




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 Re: D282 in reply to joe, 02-10-2001 03:53:59  
Joe, you don't necessarily have to loosen an injection line. While the engine is running, just touch one line at a time and feel the pulsing. If you feel one that is pulsing weakly, then check that injector.



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Z-bar

02-10-2001 04:32:00




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 Re: D282 in reply to joe, 02-10-2001 03:53:59  
Joe, while its running at idle, crack the injection lines loose one at a time on each injector and see if it misses more, or dosent change things. That will tell you whitch cyl is missing. Like pulling plug wires off a gas engine. It could be a sticking injector or a bad valve. you didn't say if it smokes, could be down on compression by bad rings, causing it to miss at idle then come in better at hi rpms. luck.

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