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Re: 4600 white smoke at idle

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05-04-2003 07:06:06

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Tom, I have a 4500 TLB which I rebuilt the motor on last year, it has the same 201 diesel and pump. I have the same condition, it starts at the touch of the key and with a little throttle the exhaust clears up but at idle it smokes all day long. My thinking, based on my experience, is either pump or injectors but since it runs so well I can not justify the cost to rebuild the pump or change the injectors. I have played with my timing but it did not make any difference in the smoke condition. I have tried some additives in the fuel, which maybe helping a little. Hope this helps. Rodger

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05-06-2003 13:16:40

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 Re: Re: 4600 white smoke at idle in reply to Rodger, 05-04-2003 07:06:06  
Thank you all for the great replys. This is what this board is all about! I will take a compression check tomorrow however, the tractor has No significant blowby. The pump timing has not been checked, but Roger, having a similar problem had no luck with timing. I suspect the pump at this point. Will see what the compression tells and go from there. Thanks very much for your suggestions, Tom

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