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IH TD17 question

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07-11-2019 19:32:27

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So #1 is this a 12 volt system with 2 6 volt batteries or a 12 volt system with 2 12 volt batteries??
#2 how hard is it to remove the injectors so as to check for water in the cylinders and or add ATF so as to free up sticking rings. ??
From what the guy said this is a true diesel not like the TD6 where it starts on gas and then switch to gas right?
How hard is it to find parts??

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07-12-2019 03:05:52

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 Re: IH TD17 question in reply to old, 07-11-2019 19:32:27  
Old, it's probably a TD7, which would have a 4 cyl diesel. Earlier versions used an IH engine, later ones used a Cummins 4B or 4BT, I believe.

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gene bender

07-12-2019 00:25:28

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 Re: IH TD17 question in reply to old, 07-11-2019 19:32:27  
no spark plugs sure would not start on gas

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07-11-2019 22:03:40

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 Re: IH TD17 question in reply to old, 07-11-2019 19:32:27  
No info on a 17. if a conventional diesel, it will match either a US IHC diesel engine, or a British based engine found in a wheeled tractor. If it is a TD18, it is massive, and will be gas start/diesel run. Pull the spark plugs and put it the start mode with the lever to open the decompression valves. Jim

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Dennis K (WA)

07-11-2019 21:45:15

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 Re: IH TD17 question in reply to old, 07-11-2019 19:32:27  
Hi Old,

There was never a TD17 IH dozer that I am aware of. Need to verify the model, then maybe some help will pop up.

good luck


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